TEAT RELEASE IODOPHOR TEAT SANITISER

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Active ingredient:
IODINE
Available from:
DASCO PROPRIETARY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
available iodine(20g/L)+glycerol(58.6g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
TOPICAL SOLUTION/SUSPENSION
Composition:
IODINE MINERAL-IODINE Active 20.0 g/L
Units in package:
20L
Class:
VM - Veterinary Medicine
Therapeutic group:
COW | BOVINE | FEMALE CATTLE
Therapeutic area:
DERMATOLOGICAL PREPS.
Therapeutic indications:
ANTIBIOTIC - ANTI-INFECTIVE | ABRASIONS | ABSCESSES | AIRSACCULITIS | ANTISEPTIC | AVIAN MYCOPLASMAS | BLACKHEAD | BODY ODOURS | BOWED TENDONS | BROAD SPECTRUM | BURNS | COCCIDIOSIS | COLIFORM COMPLEX | CONJUNCTIVITIS | COWPOX | CRACKS | CRUSTS | DANDRUFF | DERMATOLOGICAL DISORDERS | DERMATOSIS | DRY SKIN | DYSENTERY | ECZEMA | ENDOMETRITIS | ENTERIC DISEASES | ENZOOTIC PNEUMONIA | FEED EFFICIENCY | FUNGAL INFECTIONS | GIRTH GALLS | INFECTIONS | INFLAMMED PADS | ITCHING | KERATOLYTIC | LACERATIONS | MASTITIS | MYCOPLASMAS | ODOURS | OPEN WOUNDS | OTITIS | PRURITIS | QUEENSLAND ITCH | RESPIRATORY DISEASE | SADDLE RASH | SALMONELLOSIS | SCABS | SCALY SKIN | SHEATH ROT | SKIN IRRITATIONS | SORES | SWINE DYSENTERY | TEAT CRACKING | TEAT INFECTIONS | TOPICAL INFECTIONS | UDDER SORES | WEIGHT GAIN | WIRE CUTS | WOUNDS
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP:NIL; Host/pest details: COW: [ANTIBIOTIC - ANTI-INFECTIVE]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: COW: [ANTIBIOTIC - ANTI-INFECTIVE]; For dipping and spraying cows teats after milking to assist in control of mastitis.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
48709
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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POISON

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KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTION BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

TEAT RELEASE

IODOPHOR TEAT SANITISER

ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS:

20.0 gIL AVAILABLE IODINE

58.6

GLYCEROL

20 LITRES

Manufactured by DASCO Pty Ltd, 24-26 Helen Street,

Heidelberg Heights, Vic 3081

LabGI

Serial

TR I

Page

Ver.

Date:

N.R.A.

APPROVED

LABEL

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Signature:

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TEAT RELEASE

TEAT RELEASE TEAT DIP AND SPRAY

For dipping and spraying cow's teats after milking to assist

in control

Mastitis.

Destroys Mastitis germs on the skin and protects the open teat

orifice after milking.

Will

not taint

milk when used as directed.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,

OR IN ANY OTHER MANNER,

CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPRO-

PRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD:

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS:

Store below 30

(Room Temperature).

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN AND EYES TO PREVENT POSSIBLE IRRI-

TATION. WASH CONCENTRATE FROM SKIN AND EYES IMMEDIATELY.

FIRST AID :

IF POISONING OCCURS.

CONTACT A DOCTOR OR POISONS INFOR·

MATION CENTRE.

Expiry Date:

DISPOSAL:

Triple

(preferably)

pressure

rinse

containers

before

disposal.

rinsings to prepared product.

Do not dlspose of undiluted chemicals on site.

Break, crush,

puncture and bury empty containers in a local

authority land-

fill.

If not available bury the containers below 500 mm in a disposal

spe-

cifically marked and set

up for this purpose clear

waterways,

vegetation

and roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

NRA Approval

No :

487091

Batch

Number:

Date

Manufacture:

Dip:

Use a plastic or other non-metal

type container for iodine solu-

tion.

Clean out

dip cup as teat

dip gets low.

DO NOT just

up the dip.

Spray:

Spray upwards from underneath the teats,

from the side

and ensure the whole surface of each teat is covered.

DIRECTIONS FOR

USE:

Ensure teats are CLEAN and DRY before milking to reduce organic and

bacterial

contaminations and iodine residue in milk.

washing is re-

quired for heavily soiled udder or teats, ensure they are properly dried,

Thoroughly spray or dip all

teats after every milking.

Mix fresh solutions

daily.

Do not top up solutions made up on previous day.

Dosage and

Administration:

To make a minimum of 0.5% available iodine in the final

solution,

dilute

part

Teat

Release in 3

parts

clean water

(Cool

tap water previ-

ously boiled or certified potable water).

Unused mixture may be used at

the next milking provided it

is not contaminated with dust.

etc. Water not

to be above 30

Additional

Emollient (GLYCOTE) may be included to a maximum of 10%.

If emollient

is added, dilute 5

part

Teat

Release in 7

parts

clean of

water and 1

part

GLYCOTE.

Label

Serial

TR

Page 2 of

2, Vcr.

03, Date:

Nov / 00

Product Name: Teat Release

Other Names:

Iodophor in surfactant solution.

Proper shipping name (ADG Code):

None assigned.

Recommended use:

As a teat dip and spray for dairy cows.

Use as directed on the product label.

Supplier: DASCO Pty. Ltd.,

ABN: 14 004 581 113

24 - 26 Helen Street, HEIDELBERG HEIGHTS VIC 3081

Tel: (03) 9459 7004

(business hours)

Fax: (03) 9459 9200

Emergency Phone Numbers:

Transport/Fire Emergency:

000

(Emergency services)

Medical Emergency:

131126

(Poisons Information Centre)

Classified as hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia.

Non-dangerous goods.

Risk Phrases:

R: 41 Risk of serious damage to eyes.

Safety Phrases:

S: 26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse

immediately with plenty of water and seek

medical advice.

S: 45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell,

seek medical advice immediately (show the

label whenever possible).

Ingredients:

Nonyl phenol ethoxylates [9016-45-9] 10 - 30 %

Iodinated glycerol [5634-39-9] < 10 %

Other ingredients deemed not to be hazardous < 10 %

Water [7732-18-5] to 100 %

For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone 131126)

or a doctor.

Swallowed: Do not induce vomiting.

Skin: If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated

clothing and flush skin and hair with running water.

Eyes: If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush the eye

Dasco Hygiene Logo

Section 1: Identification of the Material and Supplier

Section 2: Hazards Identification

Section 3: Composition/Information on Ingredients

Section 4: First Aid Measures

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continuously with running water. Continue flushing

until advised to stop by the Poisons Information

Centre or a doctor, or for at least 15 minutes.

Inhaled: Remove from exposure.

First Aid facilities:

Recommended: Eye wash. Hand wash basin.

Emergency shower if handling industrial

quantities.

Advice to Doctor:

Product is a dilute aqueous solution of an iodophor, containing a

moderate proportion of nonyl phenol ethoxylate. May cause serious

damage to eyes. If swallowed, vomiting should not have been

induced because of risk of aspiration into the lungs.

Contact Poisons Information Centre.

Aggravated medical conditions:

Pre-existing sensitivity to iodine, pre-existing skin disorders,

eye problems, impaired respiratory function, or disease of the

thyroid, lungs or kidney.

HAZCHEM Code:

None assigned.

Extinguishant:

Water.

Risk of violent reaction or explosion:

Products of combustion:

Water vapour, iodine, carbon dioxide.

Protective Equipment:

Breathing apparatus and protective gloves for

fire only.

Emergency Procedures:

Contain.

For large spills:

Contain spillage using sand or earth. Transfer both liquids and

solids to suitable container. Treat residues as for small

spillages.

For small spills:

If local regulations permit, mop up with plenty of water and run

to waste, diluting greatly with running water. Otherwise absorb on

inert absorbent, transfer to suitable closed container and arrange

removal by disposals company.

Precautions for safe handling:

Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

Keep away from acids, oxidising agents.

Conditions for safe storage:

Section 5: Fire Fighting Measures

Section 6: Accidental Release Measures

Section 7: Handling and Storage

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Store in a cool, well ventilated place, out of reach of children.

Large quantities should be stored in a bunded area. Store in

original container. Keep container tightly closed and out of

direct sunlight. Keep away from acids, oxidising agents. Protect

from physical damage. Clean up all spills and splashes promptly;

avoid secondary accidents.

Incompatibles:

Oxidising agents, strong acids.

National Exposure Standards:

ES-TWA:

Iodine 0.1 ppm, 1 mg/m³

ES-STEL:

None assigned.

ES-PEAK:

Iodine 0.1 ppm, 1 mg/m³

Notations:

None.

[Peak] indicates a ceiling concentration which should not be

exceeded, even momentarily.

Biological Limit Values:

No data found.

Engineering Controls:

Ensure adequate ventilation (same as outdoors) when using.

If handling industrial quantities, or if vapour risk exists,

consider local mechanical exhaust/extraction to keep airborne

contamination as low as possible, and at least below the TLV.

Personal Protective Equipment:

Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing the vapour.

Personal protection to be selected from those recommended below,

as appropriate to mode of use, quantity handled and degree of

hazard:-

Normal Use:

Eye/face protection

Gloves, rubber or plastic.

Industrial Quantities:

Face shield or safety glasses

Gloves, rubber or plastic

Plastic apron, sleeves and boots

Impervious overalls.

Appearance: Dark brown, frothing liquid.

Odour: Characteristic odour of iodine.

pH: About neutral.

Vapour Pressure: No data.

Vapour Density: No data.

Boiling Point: No data.

Melting Point: No data.

Volatiles: About 75 % [mostly as water]

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC): < 2 %

Evaporation Rate: No data.

Solubilities: Miscible with water.

Specific Gravity/Density: 1.0 - 1.1 g/mL @ 20 °C

Section 8: Exposure Controls/Personal Protection

Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties

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Flash Point: None.

Flammable Limits: None.

Dust Explosion: Not applicable.

Auto-ignition Temperature: No data.

Other Information:

May react with strong oxidising agents.

May decompose slowly on exposure to light.

May evolve iodine vapour on heating. Slippery when spilled.

Chemical Stability:

Stable under normal conditions.

Conditions to Avoid:

Incompatible materials, heat, sunlight.

Incompatible Materials:

Oxidising agents, mineral acids.

Hazardous Decomposition Products:

Iodine.

Hazardous Reactions:

Heating, or contact with strong mineral acids,

may generate iodine vapour.

Health Effects:

No data available for the mixture. Information presented

relates to individual ingredients.

Acute: Swallowed:

Large quantities may be fatal.

Likely to cause gastric upset, nausea,

abdominal discomfort or pain, possible

vomiting and diarrhoea.

Large doses may cause salivation, excessive

tearing, swelling of eyelids, soreness and

swelling of salivary glands, metallic taste,

skin rash, fever and enlarged lymph glands.

Very large doses may cause severe vomiting,

diarrhoea, abdominal pain, thirst, shock,

fever, suppression of urine, delirium,

stupor and death.

Skin:

Will stain the skin. Prolonged contact

likely to cause irritation, skin damage, and

may penetrate the skin, leading to symptoms

similar to poisoning by other routes. Will

degrease the skin which may enhance

penetration by iodine.

Eyes:

Vapour and liquid will stain eyes.

May be severely irritating to eyes.

Risk of permanent corneal damage.

Inhaled:

Iodine vapour will irritate the respiratory

system at 0.1 ppm. Vapours will be

unbearable at 0.3 ppm. Vapour or spray/mist

will cause tearing of the eyes, tightness in

the chest, sore throat and headache.

Symptoms of painful coughing and breathing

difficulties may continue for several weeks.

Section 10: Stability and Reactivity

Section 11: Toxicological Information

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Aspiration into the lungs during swallowing

or vomiting may cause serious lung injury.

Chronic:

Repeated exposure to this product may lead to iodism and

thyroid deficiency. Iodine is a sensitiser, and for some

individuals a repeated exposure may lead to a rash,

swelling of the vocal cords, general allergic reaction,

and swelling and pain in the joints.

Iodinated glycerol has shown some evidence of carcinogenic

effects in rats and mice by gastric lavage, and is

classified as carcinogenic and neoplastic by RTECS

criteria.

(1)(2)

LD 50 :

Nonyl phenol ethoxylate 3,000 mg/kg oral, mouse.

3,000 mg/kg skin, mouse.

Iodinated glycerol 6,000 mg/kg oral, rat.

Iodine 14,000 mg/kg oral, rat

10,000 mg/kg oral, rabbit.

LDLo :

Iodine 28 mg/kg oral, human.

800 mg/kg oral, dog.

LCLo :

Iodine 800 mg/m³/1 hr, rat

Ecotoxicity:

Iodine and iodophors are toxic to

aquatic organisms.

Persistence and degradability:

The surfactant used in this product

is not considered to be readily

biodegradable.

Mobility:

Readily transported by water.

Environmental Fate:

No data.

Bioaccumulative potential:

No data.

Other adverse environmental effects:

No data.

The generator of any wastes from this product is responsible for

its proper classification, transport and disposal.

Consult appropriate local and State regulations.

Disposal methods and containers:

Avoid disposal to natural waters or the environment.

Special precautions for landfill or incineration:

Unsuitable for incineration.

Section 12: Ecological Information

Section 13: Disposal Considerations

Section 14: Transport Information

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UN Number:

None assigned.

UN Proper shipping name:

None assigned.

Class and subsidiary risk:

None assigned.

Packaging group:

None.

Special precautions for user:

Protect from light. Keep away from

oxidising agents, mineral acids.

HAZCHEM Code:

None assigned.

Material for export:

Not regulated.

Poisons (SUSDP):

Poison Schedule 6:

Iodophor with more than 1.5 % available iodine.

Dangerous Goods:

Carcinogen: Australia IARC NTP RTECS

No. No. Yes. Yes.

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Act:

This product is registered with the Australian Pesticides and

Veterinary Medicines Authority

(APVMA)

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances (AICS):

Listed.

Other National/International Regulations:

No data.

Date of MSDS preparation/update:

March 2005

Complete review and update.

Abbreviations:

NOHSC - National Occupational Health and Safety Commission.

ACGIH - American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.

MAK - Maximum workplace concentration - Germany,

maximale Arbeitsplatzkonzentration

IARC - International Agency for Research on Cancer (France).

NTP - National Toxicology Program (USA).

RTECS - Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances.

Literature references:

(1)

National Toxicology Program Technical Report Series.

(Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA) No: 206 -

NTP-TR-340, 1990.

(2)

National Technical Information Service (Springfield,

VA 22161) formerly US Clearinghouse for Scientific &

Technical Information. PB90-259102.

Available Sources of Data:

National Code of Practice for the Preparation of Material Safety Data

Sheets 2nd Edition [2011(2003)] - NOHSC.

Australian Dangerous Goods Code.

Section 15: Regulatory Information

Section 16: Other information

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Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and Poisons - AHMAC.

Exposure Standards for Atmospheric Contaminants in the

Occupational Environment [1003]- NOHSC.

List of Designated Hazardous Substances [10005] - NOHSC.

Merck Index - Merck Inc.

Sax's Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials - Lewis.

Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens - Sittig.

Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards - Bretherick.

Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary - Wiley Interscience.

AUSREG's Chemical Data Package for PCs - AUSREG Consultancy.

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