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Safety Data Sheet
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1. Identification
GHS Product
Product Code

Product Type
Company Name
6 Manu Street, OtahuhuAuckland 2024 New Zealand Telephone/Fax
Emergency phone


Recommended use of A broad spectrum insecticide for use on avocados, citrus, flowers and
ornamentals, glasshouse tomoatoes and curcurbits, grapes, kiwifruit, the chemical and
persimmons, vegetable and fodder brassicas and fodder beet.
restrictions on use
Other Information

This SDS describes, to the best of our knowledge, the properties of the concentrated product. The physical properties and some of the assessments do not apply to the properties of the product once it has been diluted for application. Acute health effects of the diluted product are likely to be much less severe.
2. Hazard Identification
Other Information
3.1D flammable liquid, 6.1E acute toxicant, 6.3A skin irritant, 6.4A eye irritant, 6.5A sensitiser, 6.5B sensitiser, 6.8B reproductive or developmental toxicant, 6.9A target organ toxicant, 9.1A aquatic toxicant, 9.3A terrestrial vertebrate toxicant, 9.4A terrestrial invertebrate toxicant, FLAMMABLE Warning - combustible liquid. TOXICITY Toxic - may cause respiratory sensitisation, or sensitisation from prolonged skin contact. May cause damage to nervous and blood system from repeated oral exposure at high doses. May cause eye irritation or mild skin irritation. Harmful - may be harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. May cause reproductive/development damage from repeated oral exposure. ECOTOXIC Very toxic to aquatic organisms with long-lasting effects. Very toxic to terrestrial vertebrates and terrestrial invertebrates.
Toxic to bees.
3. Composition/information on ingredients

Calcium dodecylbenzene Blend/mixture 0-10%sulphonateHydrocarbon Liquid 4. First-aid measures
First Aid Measures
For advice contact the National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764 766) or a doctor immediately. Begin artificial respiration if the victim is not breathing. Use mouth-to-nose rather than mouth-to mouth. Obtain medical attention.
Remove patient to fresh air. Lay down and keep warm and rested. If breathing is shallow or has stopped ensure airway is clear and apply resuscitation. Safety Data Sheet
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Seek medical assistance immediately.
Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting. For advice, contact the National Poisons Centre (0800 764 766). Seek medical assistance immediately.
Immediately flush body and clothes with large amounts of water. Remove contaminated clothing and footwear. Wash affected areas with soap and water. If a large area is affected seek medical assistance. Do not scrub the skin.
Eye contact
Flush eyes with plenty of water for 15 minutes holding eyelids open if necessary. Seek medical assistance. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do.
First Aid Facilities
Facilities storing or utilizing this material should be equipped with an eyewash facility and safety shower.
Advice to Doctor
Initial Treatment: Atropine is the specific antidote. Large amounts are required in organophosphate poisoning. An initial trial dose of atropine 2mg intravenously should be given and repeated every 15 minutes until an atropine effect is noted (dilated pupils, dry mouth, flushing of the skin). Reduce to a schedule that maintains full atropinisation for at least 24 hours. The dose and frequency of atropine will vary from case to case.
Medical: Take blood samples for cholinesterase levels before starting treatment. Stomach washout if organophosphate has been ingested. Pralidoxime enhances the reactivation of acetyl cholinesterase. It is most effective if given early, but can still be started up to 48 hours after poisoning. Pralidoxime is given at a dose of 1-2mg by slow I.V. infusion at a maximum rate of 0.5gm/min. It is used as an adjunct to, not a replacement for atropine.
Respiratory Difficulty - Carefully monitor for 24 hours.
Convulsions - Control with Diazepam (Valium) 5-10mg by slow I.V. or I.M. repeat as necessary.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Foam, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.
extinguishing media
Hazards from

Specific Methods

Keep up wind. Do not allow washings to reach sewage or effluent systems.
Hazchem Code
Other Information
Location Certificate: Not applicableHazardous Atmosphere Zone: Not applicableNumber of Fire Extinguishers: 2 for 500L or more 6. Accidental release measures
Spills & Disposal
Wear protective clothing. Clear area of unprotected personnel. Eliminate all ignition sources and naked lights. Use non-sparking utensils. Contain spill and absorb with sand, soil or absorbent granules. If spill does enter waterways contact the local authority. Collect in an appropriate sealable container for disposal in an approved landfill. Prevent material from coming into contact with Class 1, 2, 3.2, 4 or 5 substances. Wash area with water and detergent and absorb with inert material. Dispose of waste safely in an approved landfill.
Personal Protection
For appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), refer Section 8.
Prevent from entering drains, waterways or sewers.
7. Handling and storage
Precautions for Safe
Avoid skin and eye contact and inhalation of spray mist. APPROVED HANDLER: This product must be under the control of an approved Handling
handler when applied in a wide dispersive manner; or used by a commercial contractor. TRACKING: Is not required RECORD KEEPING: Records of use as described in the NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals must be kept. This product must not be applied onto or into water.
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Conditions for safe
Store in original container tightly closed and in a locked, dry, cool area away from sources of ignition and foodstuffs. Storage must be in accordance storage, including
with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals. Do not store with HSNO Class 1, any incompatabilities
2, 3.2, 4 or 5 substances. Stores containing 100L of ATTACK require secondary containment and are subject to signage, and more than 100L require emergency response plans. Stores exceeding 500 litres of this substance must have at least 2 fire extinguishers. Do not store near heat or flame.
Other Information
Always read the label and any attached leaflet before use.
Aggregate Storage Volume Thresholds:When stored with substances of the same hazard classification the aggregate quantity must be considered. For full details refer to the current NZS8409 Management of Agrichemicals and the HSNO Regulations.
8. Exposure controls/personal protection
No exposure limits (WES, TEL or EEL's) have been specifically assigned for this product.
exposure limit values

Handle in well ventilated areas, generally natural ventilation is adequate.
engineering controls
Personal Protective

When opening the container, preparing spray and using the prepared spray wear safety goggles, cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, chemically Equipment
resistant gloves, waterproof hat, boots, and a NIOSH approved half face mask with organic vapour cartridge + dust/mist prefilter.
Hygiene Measures
Do not eat, drink or smoke while using.
Remove protective clothing and wash hands and face thoroughly before meals and after work. Wash protective clothing daily after work.
9. Physical and chemical properties
Solubility in Water
Specific Gravity
Flash Point
Other Information
10. Stability and reactivity
Chemical Stability
Stable under normal conditions of handling and storage.
Conditions to Avoid
Avoid strong acid or alkali. Avoid oxidising agents. Slightly corrosive to tin plate and mild steel. Avoid all ignition sources. All potential sources of ignition (open flames, pilot lights, furnaces, spark producing switches and electrical equipment etc) must be eliminated both in and near the work area. Do NOT smoke. Vapour may travel a considerable distance to source of ignition and flash back.
Avoid contact with strongly alkaline materials such as Bordeaux miture and lime sulphur.

Hazardous polymerisation will not occur.
11. Toxicological Information
Vapour, mist and aerosols may be irritant to mucous membranes and respiratory tract. Inhalation of vapour, mist and aerosols may result in headaches, dizziness and possible nausea. Inhalation of high concentrations can produce central nervous system depression which can lead to loss of co-ordination, impaired judgement and if exposure is prolonged, unconsciousness.
Symptoms of ingestion begin within 30 - 60 minutes of exposure and are at a maximum in 2-8 hours.
MILD - Anorexia, headache, dizziness, weakness, anxiety, sub-sternal discomfort, tremors of the tongue and eyelids, contraction of the pupil and impairment of visual acuity.
MODERATE - Nausea, salivation, tearing, abdominal cramps, vomiting, sweating, Safety Data Sheet
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slow pulse and muscular fasciculation's.
SEVERE - Diarrhoea, pinpoint and non reactive pupils, respiratory difficulty, pulmonary oedema, cyanosis, loss of sphincter control, convulsions, coma and heart block. Hyperglycaemia and possible acute pancreatitis have occurred. (pirimiphos-methyl) Pirimiphos-methyl is toxic if absorbed through the skin.
Contact with skin may result in irritation. May cause tingling, burning, itching or numbness in exposed areas which is transient, that can last up to 36 hours. A skin sensitiser. Repeated or prolonged skin contact may lead to allergic contact dermatitis. Can be absorbed through the skin. Effects can include those seen if 'ingested'.
An eye irritant. May cause constriction of the pupil. Corneal opacity persistant to 14 days.
Suspected human reproductive or developmental toxicant (pirimiphos-methyl) Toxicity
Acute Toxicity - Oral

LD50 (rat) = 2,050mg/kg, (mice) = 1,180mg/kg for pirimiphos-methylLD50 (rat) = 806 - 814 mg/kg for permethrin Acute Toxicity -
LD50 (rat) = >2,000mg/kg pirimiphos-methylLD50 (rat) = >2,000mg/kg permethrin Dermal
Acute Toxicity -

LC50 (rat) = >5.04mg/L/4hr for pirimiphos-methylLC50 (rat) = 2.3mg/L/4hr for permethrin Inhalation
Serious eye


Skin Sensitisation

Pirimiphos-methyl is an organophosphorus insecticide which inhibits interference with nerve transmission. Onset of symptoms may be delayed for Toxicity
several hours. Studies in animals show that repeated exposures produce no significant effects except for cholinesterase inhibition.
Short term tests have shown that permethrin is unlikely to be genotoxic. Animal studies have shown that repeated or prolonged doses produce no significant effects.
Other Information
The Australian Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for pirimiphos-methyl for a human is 0.02 mg/kg/day, set for the public for daily, lifetime exposure. This is based on the NOEL of 0.25 mg/kg/day, the level determined to show no effects during long term exposure for the most sensitive indicators and the most sensitive species. (Ref: Comm. Dept. of Health and Ageing Office of Chemical Safety and Environmental Health, 'ADI List', December 2011).
The Australian Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for permethrin for a human is 0.05 mg/kg/day, set for the public for daily, lifetime exposure. This is based on the NOEL of 5 mg/kg/day, the level determined to show no effects during long term exposure for the most sensitive indicators and the most sensitive species. (Ref: Comm. Dept. of Health and Ageing Office of Chemical Safety and Environmental Health, 'ADI List', December 2011).
12. Ecological information
Persistence and
Environmental Fate

Pirimiphos-methyl: The substance is sparingly soluble in water and has low mobility in soil. There is evidence of hydrolysis in water and soil.
Permethrin: This substance has low mobility in soil. It has a high potential for bioaccumulation but is rapidly eliminated from fish (about 80% in 14 days). There is evidence of degradation in soil and water. The half life in soil is less than 38 days.
Pirimiphos-methyl and permethrin are bioaccumulative. Log Kow 4.2 (pirimiphos-methyl) Potential
Acute Toxicity - Fish
LC50(96h) rainbow trout 0.2mg/L for pirimiphos-methylChronic NOEC rainbow trout <0.023mg/L for pirimiphos-methylLC50(96h) rainbow trout 0.1µg/L for permethrinChronic NOEL (28d) sheepshead minnow 10ppb for permethrin Acute Toxicity -
EC50(48h) Daphnia magna 0.21ppb for pirimiphos-methylChronic NOEC (reproduction) daphnid 0.05µg/L for pirimiphos-methyl Safety Data Sheet
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EC50(48h) ceriodaphnia dubia 0.55µg/L for permethrinChronic NOEC (21d) daphnia magna 0.039ppb for permethrin Acute Toxicity -
EC50 (72h)green alga 1mg/L for pirimiphos-methyl Algae
Acute Toxicity -

Oral LD50 Bobwhite quail 207ppm for pirimiphos-methylOral LD50 Chicken >3000mg/kg for permethrin Other Organisms
LD50 (48h) honey bee 0.36µg/bee for pirimiphos-methylLD50 (48h) honey bee 0.024µg/bee for permethrin 13. Disposal considerations
Product Disposal
Dispose of product only by using according to the label, or at an approved landfill.
Do not burn.
Container Disposal
Triple rinse empty container and add rinsate to the spray tank. Recycle empty container. Otherwise crush and bury in a suitable landfill.
14. Transport information
It is good practice not to transport agricultural chemical products with food, food related materials and animal feedstuffs.
U.N. Number

UN proper shipping
ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S. - (pirimiphos-methyl 47.5%, permethrin 2.5%) name
Transport hazard

Hazchem Code

Packaging Method
Packing Group
EPG Number
IERG Number
IMO Marine
Yes. Environmentally Hazardous Substance mark required.

Other Information
Do not carry this product on a passenger service vehicle.
Segregation: Check the latest Land Transport Rule Dangerous Goods Rule 45001 for additional information. Sea transport may require additional segregation. Refer NZS5433 sea segregation for details.
15. Regulatory information
National and or
Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No. P2912 See for registration conditions International
Approved pursuant to the HSNO Act 1996, Approval Code HSR100602 Regulatory
See for approval controls.
Hazard Rating

Hazard Category

WARNING - Combustible Liquid HARMFUL * ECOTOXIC - Keep out of reach of children 16. Other Information
Date of preparation
or last revision of
Contact Person/Point
24Hr Tollfree Emergency No: 0800 651 911 24Hr Emergency No: National Poisons Centre Phone: 0800 764 766 Revisions
The SDS was reviewed due to formulation change. HSNO data has changed.
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