TSUNAMI ON FARM PERACETIC ACID BIOCIDE

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

Active ingredient:
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE; PEROXYACETIC ACID
Available from:
ECOLAB PTY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
peroxyacetic acid(160g/L)+hydrogen peroxide(110g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
LIQUID CONCENTRATE
Composition:
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE UNGROUPED Active 110.0 g/L; PEROXYACETIC ACID ACID-GENERAL Active 160.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 18L; 200L; 20L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
FRUIT - POST-HARVEST | VEGETABLE - POST-HARVEST
Therapeutic area:
MICROBIOCIDE
Therapeutic indications:
BACTERIAL GROWTH
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: N/A.; Host/pest details: FRUIT - POST-HARVEST: [BACTERIAL GROWTH]; VEGETABLE - POST-HARVEST: [BACTERIAL GROWTH]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: FRUIT - POST-HARVEST: [BACTERIAL GROWTH]; VEGETABLE - POST-HARVEST: [BACTERIAL GROWTH]; For the control of bacterial growth in the process water for post-harvest processing of fruit and vegetables.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
53463
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

TSUNAMION FARM Identificationof the material andsupplier

Material Safety Data Sheet

Product name TSUNAMI ON FARM

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Emergencytelephone

number :

OXIDIZINGLIQUID, CORROSIVE,N.O.S.(hydrogenperoxide solution, peracetic

acid) ADG : Names

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Materialuses Sanitiser. Uses

: Supplier :ECOLABPTYLTD(A.B.N. 59 000 449990)

6 Hudson Ave,Castle HillNSW2154

CustomerService phone:1 800022 002

Free FaxNumber: 1800655 679

:14-April-2010 Dateof issue

Hazards identification 2 .

Safetyphrases S17-Keepawayfromcombustible material.

S23-Do not breathe vapour.

S26-In case ofcontact witheyes,rinseimmediatelywithplentyofwater and seek

medicaladvice.

S28-After contactwithskin,washimmediatelywithplentyofwater.

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

S45-In case ofaccidentorifyou feelunwell,seekmedicaladvice immediately(show

the labelwhere possible). : Riskphrases R8- Contact withcombustible materialmaycause fire.

R20/21/22 - Harmfulbyinhalation, in contactwithskin andifswallowed.

R35 - Causessevere burns. : Statement of

hazardous/dangerous nature :Classified as hazardousaccording tothe criteria ofNOHSC andclassifiedas

dangerous goodsaccording tothe ADGCode.

Ingredient name CASnumber Concentration

aceticacid 64-19-7 30 - 60

peraceticacid 79-21-0 10 - <30

hydrogenperoxide solution 7722-84-1 10 - <30 Composition/informationoningredients 3 .

Otheringredients,determinednottobe hazardousaccording toSafe WorkAustralia criteria,andnotdangerous

according tothe ADGCode,make up the productconcentration to100%.

Donotinduce vomiting. Rinsemouth;thendrinkone ortwo largeglassesofwater.

Contacta doctor or a PoisonsInformation Centre(Phone:13 1126).Getmedical

attention immediately.Nevergive anything bymouthtoan unconsciousperson.Ifvomiting

occurs,the headshould be keptlowso that vomitdoesnotenterthe lungs. Skin contact In case ofcontact,immediatelyflusheyeswithplentyofwater foratleast15 minutes.Get

medicalattention immediately.

In case ofcontact,immediatelyflushskin withplentyofwater foratleast15 minuteswhile

removing contaminatedclothing and shoes.Washclothing before reuse.Cleanshoes

thoroughlybefore reuse.Get medicalattention immediately. First-aidmeasures

Ifinhaled,remove to fresh air. Ifnotbreathing, give artificialrespiration. Ifbreathing is

difficult,give oxygen.Getmedicalattention immediately.

Ingestion Inhalation Eye contact

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: : First-aid measures 4 .

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Notesto physician Probable mucosaldamage maycontraindicate the useofgastriclavage.Measures

againstcirculatoryshock,respiratorydepression and convulsionsmaybe needed. :

Specialprotective

equipmentfor fire-fighters Fire-fightersshould wearappropriate protective equipmentandself-contained

breathing apparatus(SCBA) witha fullface-piece operated in positive pressure

mode. Use an extinguishing agentsuitable forthe surrounding fire. Extinguishingmedia :

: Fire-fightingmeasures 5 .

Thismaterialincreasesthe riskoffireand mayaid combustion. Maycause fire. Hazchemcode :2W

Hazardousdecomposition

products Decomposition productsmayinclude the following materials:

carbon dioxide

carbon monoxide : Fire/explosionhazards :

Environmentalprecautions Personal precautions

Avoid dispersalofspiltmaterialand runoffand contact withsoil,waterways,drains

andsewers.Informthe relevant authoritiesifthe producthascaused environmental

pollution (sewers,waterways,soilor air). Immediatelycontact emergencypersonnel.Eliminate allignition sources.Keep

unnecessarypersonnelaway.Use suitable protective equipment.Donottouch or

walkthroughspiltmaterial. :

: Accidental release measures 6 .

Methods for cleaningup :Stop leakifwithoutrisk.Move containersfromspillarea.Approach the release from

upwind. Prevent entryinto sewers,water courses,basementsor confinedareas.

Washspillagesinto an effluenttreatmentplantorproceed asfollows.Contain and

collectspillage withnon-combustible,absorbentmateriale.g.sand,earth,vermiculite

ordiatomaceousearthandplace in containerfor disposalaccording tolocal

regulations(see section 13). Thespilledmaterialmaybe neutralizedwithsodium

carbonate,sodiumbicarbonateorsodiumhydroxide. Donotabsorb in sawdustor

othercombustible material.Itmaylead to a fireriskwhenitdriesout.Use spark-

prooftoolsand explosion-proofequipment.Dispose ofvia a licensed waste disposal

contractor.Contaminatedabsorbentmaterialmaypose the same hazard asthe spilt

product.Note:see section 1 foremergencycontact information and section 13for

waste disposal.

Note:seesection8 for personalprotective equipmentand section13 for waste disposal.

Handling

Puton appropriate personalprotective equipment(see section 8).Eating, drinking

andsmoking should be prohibited in areaswhere thismaterialishandled,storedand

processed. Workersshould washhandsandface before eating, drinking and

smoking. Donotget in eyesoron skin or clothing. Donotbreathe vapouror mist.

Donotingest.Use onlywithadequate ventilation. Wear appropriate respirator when

ventilation isinadequate.Keep in the originalcontaineror an approved alternative

made fromacompatible material,kepttightlyclosed whennotin use.Keepaway

fromalkalis.Keepawayfromcombustible material.Emptycontainersretain product

residueand can behazardous.Donotreusecontainer.

Keep containertightlyclosed.Keepcontainerin a cool,well-ventilated area.

: Handling andstorage 7 .

Keep awayfromincompatibles,such asorganicmaterial,metal,strongalkali

Ingredient name Exposure limits Exposure controls/personal protection 8 .

Occupationalexposurelimits

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Engineeringmeasures Use onlywithadequate ventilation. Ifuseroperationsgenerate dust,fumes,gas,

vapouror mist,use processenclosures,localexhaustventilation orotherengineering

controlsto keepworkerexposure to airbornecontaminantsbelowanyrecommended

orstatutorylimits.

Washhands,forearmsand face thoroughlyafter handling chemicalproducts,before

eating, smoking and using the lavatoryand atthe end ofthe working period.

Appropriate techniquesshould be used to remove potentiallycontaminatedclothing.

Washcontaminatedclothing before reusing. Ensure that eyewashstationsandsafety

showersare closetothe workstation location. Hygiene measures

Personal protection

disposable particulate mask Ifventilation isinadequate,use respirator that willprotect

againstorganicvapourand dust/mist.Respiratoryprotection should conformto

AS/NZS1715 andAS/NZS 1716.

Wear syntheticapron,otherprotective equipmentasnecessaryto prevent skin

contact. Use chemical-resistant,imperviousgloves.Recommended:Elbowlength PVC

gloves. Hands Use chemicalsplashgoggles.For continued orsevere exposure wearaface shield

overthe goggles. Eyes

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aceticacid SafeWork Australia (Australia,8/2005).

STEL:37 mg/m³ 15minute(s).

STEL:15 ppm15 minute(s).

TWA:25 mg/m³ 8 hour(s).

TWA:10 ppm8hour(s).

hydrogenperoxide solution SafeWork Australia (Australia,8/2005).

TWA:1.4 mg/m³ 8 hour(s).

TWA:1ppm8hour(s).

>100°C (>212°F) Physicalstate

Meltingpoint Boiling point

Vapourpressure

Relative density Liquid.[Liquid.]

Notavailable.

1.114g/cm 3 [20°C (68°F)] Notavailable. Aceticacid. Odour

Colourless. Colour

Flash point Productdoesnotsupportcombustion.

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Specificgravity :1.114

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Physical and chemical properties 9 .

Hazardousdecomposition

products Decomposition productsmayinclude the following materials:

carbon dioxide

carbon monoxide Theproductisstable undernormalambient conditionsoftemperatureand pressure. Stability

organicmaterial,metal,strongalkali Materials toavoid :

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: Conditions to avoid : Stabilityandreactivity 10 .

HazardousReactions :Mayreactvigorouslywithreducing agents,possiblywiththe riskofcombustion. Directsunlight,heat.

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Toxicological information 11 .

Potentialacutehealth effects

Inhalation Harmfulbyinhalation. Maygive offgas,vapor ordustthatisveryirritating orcorrosive

tothe respiratorysystem. :

Ingestion Harmfulifswallowed.Maycause burnstomouth,throatandstomach. :

Skin contact Severelycorrosive to the skin.Causessevere burns.Harmfulin contactwithskin. :

Eye contact Severelycorrosive to the eyes.Causessevere burns. :

Carcinogenicity

Mutagenicity

Reproductive toxicity Noknown significanteffectsor criticalhazards.

Noknown significanteffectsor criticalhazards.

Noknown significanteffectsor criticalhazards. :

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: Potentialchronic health effects

Ecological information 12 .

aceticacid Daphnia 48 hours Acute EC50 65 mg/L

Fish 96 hours Acute LC5088 mg/L

Fish 96 hours Acute LC5079 mg/L

Fish 96 hours Acute LC5075 mg/L

peraceticacid Fish 96 hours Acute LC5013 mg/L

Fish 96 hours Acute LC503.3 mg/L

Hydrogenperoxide Daphnia - Waterflea- 24

hours 48 hours Acute EC50 24 to 32

ppmFreshwater

Fish - Bluegill 96 hours Acute LC5026.7to56

ppmFreshwater

Fish - Rainbow

trout,donaldson trout 96 hours Acute LC5022 to 32

Species Period Result Ecotoxicitydata

Ingredient name

Mobility Notavailable. :

Other adverseeffects :Noknown significanteffectsor criticalhazards. Notavailable. : Persistence/degradability

Methods of disposal :Donotreuseproductcontainers.Thegeneration ofwaste should be avoidedor

minimised whereverpossible.Avoid dispersalofspiltmaterialand runoffand contact

withsoil,waterways,drainsandsewers.Disposalofthisproduct,solutionsandany

by-productsshould atalltimescomplywiththe requirementsofenvironmental

protection and waste disposallegislation and anyregionallocalauthority

requirements. Disposal considerations 13 .

RegulationUNnumberProper shippingname Class Packing

group Additionalinformation

ADG OXIDIZINGLIQUID,

CORROSIVE,N.O.S.

(hydrogenperoxide solution,

peraceticacid) 5.1 (8) II Hazchemcode

Initialemergency response

guide

UN3098

OXIDIZINGLIQUID,

CORROSIVE,N.O.S.

(hydrogenperoxide solution,

peraceticacid) IMDG 5.1 (8) II Emergencyschedules (EmS)

Transport information 14 .

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AUClassification :C - Corrosive

Xn- Harmful Australia inventory (AICS) :Allsubstancesare listed on AICS or exempt. Regulatoryinformation 15 .

Standard for the UniformScheduling of Drugs and Poisons

Controlof ScheduledCarcinogenicSubstances

Ingredient name Schedule

Nolisted substance S6 R8- Contact withcombustible materialmaycause fire.

R20/21/22 - Harmfulbyinhalation, in contactwithskin andifswallowed.

R35 - Causessevere burns.

Product Registration Status :APVMA

Theabove informationisbelievedtobecorrect with respect tothe formulausedtomanufacturetheproductinthecountry

oforigin.Asdata,standards,andregulationschange,andconditionsofuseandhandlingarebeyondourcontrol,NO

WARRANTY,EXPRESSORIMPLIED,IS MADE AS TOTHE COMPLETENESSORCONTINUINGACCURACYOF THIS

References Other information 16 .

Prepared by :RegulatoryAffairs

Change Made :UpdateMSDS,change pHto range,Updatehazchemcode Dateof previousissue :25-August-2005

-ADGCode- AustralianTransport ofDangerousGoods

-AdoptedNationalExposureStandardfor Atmospheric ContaminantsintheOccupationalEnvironment

-ApprovedCriteriafor ClassifyingHazardousSubstances

-List ofDesignatedHazardousSubstances

-NationalCodeofPracticefor theLabellingofWorkplaceSubstances

-NationalCodeofPracticefor thePreparationofMaterialSafetyDataSheets

-NationalModelRegulationsfor theControlofScheduledCarcinogenicSubstances

-NationalModelRegulationsfor theControlofWorkplaceHazardousSubstances

-Standardfor theUniformSchedulingofDrugsandPoisons

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