PREVENTOL ON FUNGICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
SODIUM ORTHO-PHENYLPHENATE TETRAHYDRATE
Available from:
LANXESS PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
SOPP(950g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
SOLUBLE POWDER
Composition:
SODIUM ORTHO-PHENYLPHENATE TETRAHYDRATE PHENOL Active 950.0 g/kg
Units in package:
25kg
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
CITRUS - POST-HARVEST DIP
Therapeutic area:
FUNGICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
BLUE MOULD ON CITRUS - P. ITALICUM
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Not required when used as directed .; Host/pest details: CITRUS - POST-HARVEST DIP: [BLUE MOULD ON CITRUS - P. ITALICUM]; Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: CITRUS - POST-HARVEST DIP: [BLUE MOULD ON CITRUS - P. ITALICUM]; For protection of citrus fruit against blue mould.See RESTRAINTS, etc. on label
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
50564
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

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ADDENDUMTO MATERIAL SAFETYDATA SHEET

This MSDSisdeliveredinaninternationally recognisedEUformat. This addendum provides information

specifically for this product accordingto Australiaand New Zealand’sNational CodeofPractice for the

Preparation ofMaterial SafetyData Sheets. Thisaddendumshould not be detachedbut ratherread in

conjunction with the MSDS which follows. Itremainsintegral to theattached MSDS.

Identification

Product name

PREVENTOL ON EXTRA

MSDS Reference 00430714/

1.07 Date of Issue 27 October, 2011 Page 00 of 10

Contact Details

Company LANXESS Pty Ltd

Australian Address Units 1 & 5, 31Hill Road, Homebush Bay NSW 2127

Telephone 02 8748 3911 Telefax 02 8748 3999

Emergency -Australia 1800 033 11124 hours Toll-free Australia wide

New ZealandAddress 3 Argus Place, Glenfield, Auckland

Telephone 09 4433093 Telefax 09 4447191

Emergency –NZ 0800 734 607 24 hours Toll-free New Zealand wide

Statements of Use

Recommended use Biocide for industrial application

Methods of application Mechanical incorporation into production/formulation processes

Control of WorkplaceHazardous SubstancesRegulations

Hazardous nature Hazardous according to criteria of NOHSC

Classification Xn- Harmful, C-Corrosive, N - Dangerousfor the environment

Riskphrases R22 Harmful if swallowed. R34Causes burns. R37 Irritating torespiratorysystem. R50 Very

toxic to aquatic organisms.

Safety phrases S26 In case of contactwith eyes,rinse immediatelywith plenty ofwater and seek medical advice.

S36/37/39 Wearsuitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. S45 Incase of

accident or ifyoufeel unwell, seek medical advice immediately(showthe labelwhere possible).

S60 This materialand its container mustbe disposed of as hazardous waste.

Australian Dangerous Goods Code Information

Class / Subsidiary risk Dangerous good according to ADG7 (7th Edition)

UN Number 3263 Hazchem 2X

Packing Group III DG Class 8

Emergency Guide Guide 36 HB76: 2004

Proper Shipping Name Corrosive solid, basic,organic, n.o.s. (sodium o-phenyl phenolate)

Other information

Poisons schedule Not scheduled poison

Exposure standard No specific Australian exposure standard

Other information Slightly corrosive. Keep separated fromfoodstuffs.

All ingredients are listed onAICS

PREVENTOL ONEXTRA SECTION 1:Identificationofthe substance/mixture and of

SAFETY DATASHEET

PREVENTOL ON EXTRA Conformsto Regulation(EC) No. 1907/2006(REACH),Annex II- Europe

:

Supplier :LANXESSDeutschland GmbH,Industrial&EnvironmentalAffairs

51369Leverkusen,Germany,Telephone:+49214 30 65109

00430714

:+49214 30 99300 (Sicherheitszentrale CHEMPARK Leverkusen) Suitableuses :Biocide forindustrialapplication 1.1 Productidentifier

1.2 Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixtureandusesadvised against

1.3 Details of the supplier of the safetydatasheet

1.4 Emergency telephone

number

SECTION 2:Hazards identification

Classification Xn;R22

C; R34

Xi;R37

N; R50 :

: Human health hazards Harmfulifswallowed.Causesburns.Irritating torespiratorysystem.

: Environmentalhazards Verytoxicto aquaticorganisms. 2.1 Classificationof thesubstanceormixture

Classificationaccordingto Directive1999/45/EC [DPD]

2.2 Labelelements

Hazard symbolorsymbols :

Corrosive,Dangerousfor the environment

sodium2-biphenylate

sodiumhydroxide Contains

Safetyphrases S26-In case ofcontact witheyes,rinseimmediatelywithplentyof

water and seekmedicaladvice.

S36/37/39-Wear suitable protective clothing, glovesandeye/face

protection.

S45-In case ofaccidentorifyou feelunwell,seekmedicaladvice

immediately(showthe labelwhere possible).

S60-Thismaterialand itscontainermustbe disposed ofas

R22-Harmfulifswallowed.

R34-Causesburns.

R37-Irritating torespiratorysystem.

R50-Verytoxicto aquaticorganisms. Riskphrases

: :

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Contains

S61-Avoid release to the environment.Referto special

instructions/safetydatasheet.

: Other hazardswhichdo not

result in classification Notavailable. 2.3 Otherhazards

SECTION 3:Composition/information on ingredients

Product definition(REACH) :

Mixture

Product/ingredient

name Identifiers % 67/548/EEC Regulation(EC)No.

1272/2008 [CLP] Classification

sodium2-

biphenylate EC:205-055-6

CAS:132-27-4

Index:604-021-00-1 70 - 80Xn;R22

Xi;R41,R37/38

N; R50 Acute Tox.4,H302

Skin Irrit.2,H315

Eye Dam.1,H318

STOTSE3,H335

AquaticAcute 1,H400

sodiumhydroxide EC:215-185-5

CAS:1310-73-2

Index:011-002-00-6 1 - 2 C; R35 Skin Corr.1A,H314

Eye Irrit.2,H319

See section16 for the

fulltextof the R-

phrasesdeclared above See Section16 forthe

fulltextof the H

statementsdeclared

above.

Ingestion Inhalation :

SECTION 4:First aid measures

Get medicalattention immediately.Move exposed person to fresh

air. Keep person warmand atrest.Ifnotbreathing, ifbreathing is

irregularor ifrespiratoryarrestoccurs,provide artificialrespiration or

oxygenbytrainedpersonnel.Itmaybe dangerousto the person

providing aid to give mouth-to-mouthresuscitation. Ifunconscious,

place in recoveryposition and getmedicalattention immediately.

Maintain an open airway.Loosen tight clothing such asacollar,tie,

beltorwaistband.

Get medicalattention immediately.Washout mouthwithwater.

Move exposed person to fresh air. Keep person warmand atrest.If

materialhasbeenswallowed and the exposed person isconscious,

give smallquantitiesofwater todrink.Stop ifthe exposed person

feelssickasvomiting maybe dangerous.Do notinduce vomiting

unlessdirected to do so bymedicalpersonnel.Ifvomiting occurs,

the headshould be keptlowso that vomitdoesnotenterthe lungs.

Chemicalburnsmustbe treated promptlybyaphysician. Nevergive

anything bymouthtoan unconsciousperson. Ifunconscious,place

in recoveryposition and getmedicalattention immediately.Maintain

4.1 Descriptionof firstaid measures

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Skin contact

Eye contact :

:

waistband.

Get medicalattention immediately.Washcontaminatedskin with

soapand water. Remove contaminatedclothing and shoes.

Continueto rinseforatleast10 minutes.Chemicalburnsmustbe

treatedpromptlybyaphysician. Washclothing before reuse.Clean

shoesthoroughlybefore reuse.

Get medicalattention immediately.Immediatelyflusheyeswith

plentyofwater, occasionallylifting the upper and lower eyelids.

Checkfor and remove anycontact lenses.Continueto rinseforat

least10 minutes.Chemicalburnsmustbe treated promptlybya

physician.

4.2 Mostimportant symptoms andeffects,both acute and delayed

See Section11 formore detailed informationonhealth effects and symptoms.

4.3 Indication of any immediatemedicalattention andspecialtreatmentneeded

SECTION 5:Firefighting measures

Promptlyisolate the scene byremoving allpersonsfromthe vicinity

ofthe incidentifthere isafire.No action shallbe takeninvolving any

personalriskor withoutsuitable training. Thismaterialisverytoxicto

aquaticorganisms.Firewater contaminatedwiththismaterialmust

be containedand preventedfrombeing dischargedto anywaterway,

Hazardouscombustion

products Hazardsfromthe

substance ormixture

Decomposition productsmayinclude the following materials:

carbon oxides

metaloxide/oxides Nospecificfireor explosion hazard.

Fire-fightersshould wearappropriate protective equipmentandself-

containedbreathing apparatus(SCBA) witha fullface-piece

operated in positive pressure mode. Specialprotective

In case offire,usewater spray(fog), foam,drychemicalor CO

5.1 Extinguishingmedia

:

:

Noneknown. Suitableextinguishing

media :

Unsuitable extinguishing

media :

5.2 Specialhazardsarisingfromthesubstanceormixture

5.3 Advice for firefighters

Specialprecautionsfor fire-

fighters :

SECTION 6:Accidental releasemeasures

6.1 Personalprecautions,

protective equipmentand

emergencyprocedures Noaction shallbe takeninvolving anypersonalriskor without

suitable training. Keep unnecessaryand unprotected personnelfrom

entering. Donottouch orwalkthroughspiltmaterial.Provide

adequate ventilation. Puton appropriate personalprotective

equipment(see Section 8). :

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6.2 Environmental

precautions

Move containersfromspillarea.Prevent entryinto sewers,water

courses,basementsor confinedareas.Vacuumor sweepup

materialand place in a designated,labelledwaste container.

Dispose ofvia a licensed waste disposalcontractor.Note:see

section 1 foremergencycontact information and section 13for waste

Avoid dispersalofspiltmaterialand runoffand contact withsoil,

waterways,drainsandsewers.Informthe relevant authoritiesifthe

producthascaused environmentalpollution (sewers,waterways,soil

orair).Verytoxicto aquaticorganisms.

Largespill : Move containersfromspillarea.Vacuumor sweepup materialand

place in a designated,labelledwaste container.Dispose ofvia a

licensed waste disposalcontractor. Smallspill : 6.3 Methods and materials for containmentandcleaningup

6.4 Referenceto other

sections See Section 1 foremergencycontact information.

See Section 8 forinformation onappropriate personalprotective

equipment.

:

:

SECTION 7:Handlingand storage

Store in accordance withlocalregulations.Store in originalcontainer

protected fromdirectsunlight in a dry,cooland well-ventilated area,

awayfromincompatible materials(see section 10) andfoodand

drink.Keepcontainertightlyclosed and sealeduntilreadyfor use.

Containersthat have been opened mustbe carefullyresealedand

keptupright to prevent leakage.Do notstore in unlabelled

containers.Use appropriate containmenttoavoid environmental

7.1 Precautionsfor safe

handling

7.2 Conditionsfor safe

storage,including any

incompatibilities

7.3 Specific end use(s)

Recommendations :

: Industrialsector specific

Puton appropriate personalprotective equipment(see Section 8).

Eating, drinking and smoking should be prohibited in areaswhere this

materialishandled,storedand processed. Workersshould wash

handsandface before eating, drinking and smoking. Do not getin

eyesoron skin or clothing. Do not ingest.Avoid release to the

environment.Use onlywithadequate ventilation. Wear appropriate

respirator whenventilation isinadequate.Keepin the original

containeror an approved alternative made fromacompatible

material,kepttightlyclosed whennotin use.Emptycontainersretain

:

Remarks :Take precautionarymeasuresagainstelectrostaticdischarges.Avoid

allpossible sourcesofignition (sparkor flame).

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SECTION 8:Exposure controls/personalprotection

Exposure limit values Notavailable. :

Use onlywithadequate ventilation. Ifuseroperationsgenerate dust,

fumes,gas,vapouror mist,use processenclosures,localexhaust

ventilation orotherengineering controlsto keepworkerexposure to

Recommended monitoring

procedures :Ifthisproductcontainsingredientswithexposure limits,personal,

workplace atmosphere orbiologicalmonitoring maybe required to

determine the effectivenessofthe ventilation orothercontrol

measuresand/or the necessityto use respiratoryprotective

equipment.Reference should be made to European StandardEN

689for methodsfor the assessmentofexposure byinhalation to

chemicalagentsand nationalguidance documentsfor methodsfor

the determination ofhazardoussubstances.

Riskmanagementmeasures

8.1 Controlparameters

8.2 Exposurecontrols

Use a properlyfitted, air-purifying orair-fedrespirator complying with

an approved standardifariskassessmentindicatesthisis

necessary.Respirator selection mustbe based onknown or

anticipatedexposure levels,the hazardsofthe productandthe safe

working limitsofthe selected respirator.

Recommended:In case ofdustformation particle filter P2. : Respiratory protection

Chemical-resistant,imperviousglovescomplying withan approved

standardshould be worn atalltimeswhenhandling chemical

productsifariskassessmentindicatesthisisnecessary.After

contamination withproductchange the glovesimmediatelyand

dispose ofthemaccording torelevant nationaland localregulations

Recommended:(<1hour)Polychloroprene- CR,Polyvinylchloride

- PVC. : Hand protection

Safetyeyewearcomplying withan approved standardshould be

used whenariskassessmentindicatesthisisnecessaryto avoid

exposureto liquid splashes,mists,gasesordusts.

Recommended:Tightlyfitting safetygoggles. : Eye protection

Personalprotective equipmentforthe bodyshould be selected

based on the task being performedand the risksinvolved and should

be approved byaspecialistbefore handling thisproduct.

Recommended:Wearprotective clothing. : Skin protection

Hygiene measures :Washhands,forearmsand face thoroughlyafter handling chemical

products,before eating, smoking and using the lavatoryand atthe

endofthe working period. Appropriate techniquesshould be used to

remove potentiallycontaminatedclothing. Washcontaminated

clothing before reusing. Ensure that eyewashstationsandsafety

Personal protectionmeasures

Environmentalexposure controls

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: Technicalmeasures Emissionsfromventilation orworkprocessequipmentshould be

checkedto ensuretheycomplywiththe requirementsof

environmentalprotection legislation. In some cases,fume

scrubbers,filtersorengineering modificationstothe process

equipmentwillbe necessaryto reduce emissionstoacceptable

levels.

SECTION 9:Physical and chemical properties

Physicalstate

Meltingpoint

Solid.[flakes]

47 to130°C (116.6 to 266°F) Faintodour.[Slight] Odour

pH Colourless. Colour

11,1 to 11,8 [Conc.(%w/w): 2%] :

: :

:

: : Generalinformation

Appearance

Important health, safetyandenvironmental information

In the caseofdustyorganicproductsthe possibilityofadust

explosion should alwaysbe considered. Riskof dust explosion :

Bulk density :400to 450kg/m 3

Solubility

Easilysoluble in the following materials:cold water

Auto-ignitiontemperature 376°C (708.8°F) 2,95 Partitioncoefficient:n-

octanol/water : :

:

1200 g/l(water)

Combustibilityat 20 °C :BZ3 =localburning orglowing with,atthe most,onlyslight

9.1 Informationon basic physical andchemical properties

Decomposition

temperature >200°C :

Noadditionalinformation.

SECTION 10:Stabilityandreactivity

10.6 Hazardous

decompositionproducts 10.4 Conditions to avoid In the caseofdustyorganicproductsthe possibilityofadust

explosion should alwaysbe considered.No hazardousreactions

whenused asdirected.Avoid release to the environment.

Under normalconditionsofstorage anduse,hazardous

Theproductisstable. 10.2 Chemical stability

Nospecificdata. :

:

: 10.5 Incompatible materials : 10.3 Possibility of hazardous

reactions :Under normalconditionsofstorage anduse,hazardousreactions

willnotoccur. 10.1 Reactivity :Nospecifictestdatarelated to reactivityavailable forthisproductor

itsingredients.

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SECTION 11:Toxicological information

Product/ingredient

name Result Species Dose Exposure Inhalation :Irritating torespiratorysystem.

Harmfulifswallowed.Maycause burnstomouth,throatand

stomach. : Ingestion

Corrosive to the skin.Causesburns. : Skin contact

Corrosive to eyes. : Eye contact

Test

Potentialchronic health effects

Mutagenicity

Product/ingredient name Test Experiment Result

sodiumhydroxide Amestest Experiment:In vitro

Subject:Bacteria

Metabolicactivation:

Negative

Micronucleusassay Experiment:In vivo

Subject:

PREVENTOL ON

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Inhalation

Vapour -Rat >1331

mg/m³ 1 hours -

Irritation/Corrosion

Skin :corrosive

Eyes :corrosive

Sensitiser

sodium2-biphenylate skin Guineapig Notsensitizing - Product/ingredient

name Route of

exposure Species Result

Acute toxicity Potentialacutehealth effects

PREVENTOL ON

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11.1 Informationon toxicological effects

SECTION 12:Ecological information

Product/ingredient name Test Species Result Exposure

PREVENTOL ONEXTRA - Acute EC50

3,8 mg/l - Daphnia 48 hours

(growthrate) Acute EC50

0,98 mg/l - Algae -

Scenedesmus

subspicatus 72 hours

Conclusion/Summary :Notavailable. 12.1 Toxicity

12.2 Persistenceanddegradability

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Product/ingredient name Test Species Result Exposure

Product/ingredient name Aquatichalf-life Photolysis Biodegradability

sodium2-biphenylate - - Readily

PREVENTOL ONEXTRA 0 % 5 days - Product/ingredient name Period (days) Rateof

degradation/

elimination(%) Test

AOX :

Acute bacterialtoxicity

(EC50) : degree of elimination :80% (OECD301D) Biodegradability/Eliminationfromthewater: Theproductdoesnotcontain organicallybound halogenswhich

could lead to an AOXvaluein waste water. Environmentaleffects :Verytoxicto aquaticorganisms.Thisproductshowsalow

bioaccumulation potential.

Other adverseeffects :Notavailable. PBT :Notapplicable.

vPvB :Notapplicable.

Bioaccumulative potential

Product/ingredient name LogP

ow BCF Potential

PREVENTOL ONEXTRA 2,95 22 low

sodium2-biphenylate 0,6 22 low Conclusion/Summary :Notavailable.

12.3 Bioaccumulative potential

Mobility Notavailable. : 12.4 Mobility in soil

Soil/water partition

coefficient (K

OC ) Notavailable. :

12.5 Results of PBTandvPvBassessment

12.6 Other adverse effects

SECTION 13:Disposal considerations

Examine possibilitiesforre-utilisation. Productresiduesand

uncleanedemptycontainersshould be packaged,sealed,labelled,

anddisposed ofor recycledaccording torelevant nationaland local

regulations.Wherelargequantitiesare concerned,consultthe

supplier.When uncleaned emptycontainersare passed on,the

recipient mustbe warned ofanypossible hazard that maybe caused

byresidues.For disposalwithin the EC,the appropriate code

according tothe European Waste List(EWL)should be used.Itis

amongthe tasksofthe polluterto assign the waste to waste codes

specificto industrialsectorsandprocessesaccording tothe

: Methods of disposal 13.1 Waste treatmentmethods

Product

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Theclassification ofthe productmaymeetthe criteria fora

hazardouswaste. Hazardouswaste :

Packaging

Methods of disposal

Specialprecautions : Thegeneration ofwaste should be avoidedor minimised wherever

possible.Waste packaging should be recycled.Incineration or

landfillshould onlybe consideredwhenrecycling isnotfeasible.

Thismaterialand itscontainermustbe disposed ofin a safe way.

Careshould be taken whenhandling emptied containersthat have

not beencleaned orrinsed out.Emptycontainersor linersmay

retain some productresidues.Avoid dispersalofspiltmaterialand

runoffand contact withsoil,waterways,drainsandsewers. :

SECTION 14:Transport information

Slightlycorrosive.

CORROSIVE

SOLID, BASIC,

ORGANIC, N.O.S.

(SODIUMO-

PHENYL

PHENOLATE)

CORROSIVE

SOLID, BASIC,

ORGANIC, N.O.S.

(SODIUMO-

PHENYL

PHENOLATE)

CORROSIVE

SOLID, BASIC,

ORGANIC, N.O.S.

(SODIUMO-

PHENYL

PHENOLATE) UN3263

CORROSIVE

SOLID, BASIC,

ORGANIC, N.O.S.

(SODIUMO-

PHENYL

PHENOLATE)

UN3263

UN3263 UN3263 ADR/RID IMDG IATA

14.1 UNnumber

14.2 UNproper

shipping name

14.3 Transport

hazard

class(es)/Marks

14.4 Packing

ADN/ADNR

14.5

Environmental

hazards

14.6 Special

precautionsfor

user/Additional

information

14.7 Transport inbulkaccordingto Annex II

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

Hazard

identification

number

Limited quantity

LQ24 Hazard

identification

number

Limited quantity

LQ24 Emergency

schedules (EmS)

F-A,S-B Passenger

aircraft

860:25 kg

Cargo aircraft

864:100kg

:Notavailable.

Hazard notes:

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SECTION 15:Regulatoryinformation

Notapplicable. Annex XVII- Restrictions

on the manufacture,

placingonthemarket

and use of certain

dangerous substances,

mixturesandarticles 15.1 Safety,health and environmentalregulations/legislationspecificfor thesubstanceor

mixture

EU Regulation(EC) No. 1907/2006(REACH)

15.2 Chemical Safety

Assessment :Thisproductcontainssubstancesforwhich ChemicalSafety

:

SECTION 16:Other information

R22-Harmfulifswallowed.

R34-Causesburns.

R35-Causessevere burns.

R41-Riskofseriousdamage to eyes.

R37-Irritating torespiratorysystem.

R37/38-Irritating torespiratorysystemand skin.

R50-Verytoxicto aquaticorganisms. Fulltextof R-phrases

referred to in sections2 and

3 :

History

Dateof issue

Version 2011-10-27

1.07 Dateof previousissue 2011-05-24

: :

:

The datagiven here is based oncurrentknowledge andexperience.The purposeof thisSafety

DataSheetandits Annex[if requiredaccordingto Regulation(EC)1907/2006(REACh)]is to

describetheproducts in terms of theirsafety requirements.The given details donot implyany

Abbreviations andacronyms: ATE =AcuteToxicityEstimate

CLP =Classification, LabellingandPackagingRegulation[Regulation(EC) No.

1272/2008]

DNEL=DerivedNoEffect Level

EUHstatement =CLP-specific Hazardstatement

PNEC=PredictedNoEffect Concentration

RRN = REACH RegistrationNumber

Fulltextof abbreviated H

statements :H302 Harmfulifswallowed.

H314 Causessevere skin burnsandeye damage.

H315 Causesskin irritation.

H318 Causesseriouseye damage.

H319 Causesseriouseye irritation.

H335 Maycause respiratoryirritation.

H400 Verytoxicto aquaticlife.

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