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1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE FORMULATION AND THE COMPANY Identification of the formulation Product name: Insecticide / fungicide for the treatment of wood. registered in the Registro de Plaguicidas de la Subdirección General de la Salud Pública del Ministerio de Sanidad y Política Social (Spain) No. 09-80-03621. Use of the substance or preparation Insecticide for use in the Environmental Industry for specialised personnel. Identification of the company Company that places the product on the market: This preparation is classified as dangerous according to RD 363/1995 (Directive 67/548/EC) and the RD 255/2003 (Directive 1999/45/EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH Regulations) and under and according to RD 1802/2008 and subsequent amendments. Danger identification: Harmful, Dangerous for the Environment Possible health risks: Intoxication can cause dermatitis, eye, nose and throat irritation. Hypersensitivity reactions with bronchospasm. Depression of the central nervous system, vertigo, severe headaches, parastesia peribuccal, temperature, anorexia. Chemical pneumonia by inhalation. Environmental risks Very toxic for aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects on the aquatic environment. 3. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON COMPONENTS Chemical characteristics Commercial name: 3-(2.2-dichlorovinyl)-2.2-dimethylcyclopropane m- fenoxibencil carboxylate 1-{[2-(2.4-dichlorophenyl)-1.3-dioxolan-2-il]methyl}-1H-1.2.4-triazoltriazole First aid measures Remove person from contaminated area. Remove stained or splashed clothing. Wash eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Wash skin with plenty of water and soap without rubbing. Do not administer anything by mouth. In case of swallowing: do not provoke vomiting. Let the patient rest. Maintain body temperature. Check breathing. If necessary give artificial respiration. If the patient is unconscious, place them on their side with their head lower than the rest of their body and semi-flex their knees. Take the patient to hospital, and if possible, always take the label or container with you. NEVER LEAVE THE PERSON UNATTENDED. Therapeutic measures In case of ingestion, digestive decontamination, according to consciousness. Administer an aqueous solution of activated carbon and a saline cathartic of sodium sulphate. Symptomatic treatment. Adequate extinction measures Water spray (do not apply stream/jet directly), foam, chemical powder and CO2. Special risk during fire extinction The products of the combustion may be toxic and/or irritating. Measures must be taken to prevent the polluted extinction agent from filtering into the soil or spreading uncontrollably. Fire- fighting protection equipment Use autonomous respiratory equipment to protect from smoke. Use protective clothing. Personal precautions Secure adequate ventilation. Wear a suitable respiratory protection equipment. Measures to protect the environment Avoid contamination of drains, surface and subterranean water systems, as well as the soil. Cleaning measures Avoid spreading with the aid of sand, earth or diatomaceous earth, etc. Pick up he splitted material into hermetic containers, specially marked. The recovered product must be disposed of according to local legislation. HANDLING Avoid contact with eyes and skin. STORAGE Special storage instructions Keep the recipient well closed. Store in a cool and properly ventilated place. Preferably store between: 5ºC and 45ºC Suitable packing material (s) Polyethylene container. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION EXPOSURE LIMITS VALUES Maximum exposure limits for professionals Not established. EXPOSURE CONTROL Professional exposure control Respiratory protection Wear respiratory protection, with filter for organic fumes. Hand protection Use protective nitrile gloves. Eye protection Safety glasses with side protection or facial protection. Skin protection Use adequate protection equipment. Environmental exposure controls The product must to be handled and stored according to local legislation. The product is very toxic to aquatic organisms, can cause adverse long term effects on the environment. Important information regarding health, safety and the environment. Ignition point: Chemical stability Stable under normal conditions. Condition to avoid None known. Materials to be avoided. Strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, and strong bases. Dangerous decomposition products None known. DANGEROUS HEALTH EFFECTS Eyes and skin Permethrin LONG AND SHORT-TERM CHRONIC EFFECTS Sensitisation Permethrin Non-sensitising according to maximization test on guinea pigs. No teratogenic effects in animal experiments. Ecotoxicity Very toxic for aquatic organisms. Mobility No data. Persistence and degradability The product is biodegradable. Bioaccumulation potential No data. Product disposal Observe clothing nules and protection measures. Moisten solid material carefully to prevent burning. Use carbonated or soapy water to clean the floor and contaminated objects. Do not dispose waste waters into drains or the environment. Cover the product with an absorbent material such as sand, earth or diatomaceous earth to prevent spreading. Very polluted ground layers should be removed, until a clean layer arises. Use a suitable security container to prevent environmental contamination. The treatment and/or disposal must be carried out according to local legislation. The spilled product cannot be reused and must be disposed of. Dispose of it at an authorised residual waste collecting point. Container disposal Empty containers must be disposed of by an authorised dealer. “Final holders of residues from industrial and commercial containers, must keep them in the conditions established in article 12 of the Spanish Containers and Residues from Containers Law 11/1997.” Special considerations Use unbreakable recipients, making sure that they are well secured and labelled according to the legislation. Miscibility in water Classification for the transport by rail/road RID/ADR: Denomination: solid material potentially dangerous for the environment, n.e.p (Permethrin 0.7%, Propiconazole 1.2%). Additional information: Low harmful level insecticide. Limited quantities: LQ27 Classification for maritime transport code - IMDG Denomination: solid material potentially dangerous for the environment, n.e.p (Permethrin 0.7%, Propiconazole 1.2%). Additional information: Low harmful level insecticide. Marine pollutant. Classification for air transport ICAO / IATA Denomination: solid material potentially dangerous for the environment, n.e.p (Permethrin 0.7%, Propiconazole 1.2%) Additional information: Low harmful level insecticide. Air transport not allowed. Classification: This product is provisionally labelled in accordance with the EU normative: May cause sensitization by skin contact. Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed. Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Keep away from food, drink and animal feedstuffs. Wear suitable protective clothing and gloves. In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where possible). This material and its container must be disposed of as hazardous waste. General bibliography: This safety data sheet has been developed according to ANNEX II-A Guide for the preparation of Safety Data Sheets of the Regulation (CE) No. 1907/2006. Text of R-phrases quoted in section 2: R22 May cause sensitization by skin contact. Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed. Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Recommended use For strictly professional us in the environmental and food hygiene industries. Read the label carefully before using this product. Do not mix with any other chemical product. Do not use in the presence of people and/or pets. Secure proper ventilation during product application. Do not apply on foodstuff or kitchen tools. This product cannot be used on wood for the manufacture and use of food containers. Use: Apply product on wood by thin or thick brush or injection, do not dilute or mix with other products. Recommended safety time: the treated wood cannot be commercialised or used before the product has fixed. Treatment of wood, curative and preventive. Class 2 risk (wood with risk of accidental hydration, structural wood, etc.). - UNE 56.402-EN 46: Determination of the preventative efficacy on recently hatched Hylotrupes bajulus larvae, together with ageing tests by evaporation according to EN73. - ENV 1390: Determination of the curative action on Hylotrupes bajulus larvae. - UNE 56.410-EN117: Determination of the efficacy threshold on termites of the Reticulitermes genus, together with ageing tests by evaporation according to EN73. - UNE 56.411-EN118: Determination of the preventative efficacy on termites of the Reticulitermes genus, together with ageing tests by evaporation according to EN73. - UNE 56.412-EN113: Determination of the efficacy threshold on xylophagous basidiomycete fungi, together with ageing tests by evaporation according to EN73. Additional information The information herein contained is based on the Safety Data Files of the manufacturers of Raw Materials, to whose knowledge and know-how we refer. It is our intention to only describe the product in relation to health, safety, and the environment, therefore, it must not be interpreted as a guarantee of any specific property of the product. As a consequence, it is up to the user, under his/her exclusive responsibility, to decide whether this information is appropriate or useful.


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