SAFETY DATA SHEET
Kiwicare Corporation Limited
225 Maces Road
P.O Box 15050
Phone: +64 3 389 0778
Fax: +64 3 389 0669
2. HAZARDOUS IDENTIFICATION
DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS:
HSNO HAZARD CLASSIFICATION:
6.4A, 6.5A, 6.5B, 6.9B, 9.1A, 9.4B
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
Can cause irritation of upper respiratory tract. May cause headaches.
fresh air. If ill effects persist call a doctor. Seek immediate medical attention.
If poisoning occurs, do not
induce vomiting. To dilute the ingested product, give affected person one
or two glasses of water or milk. Never give an unconscious person anything by mouth. Place in
Recovery position. Obtain medical advice immediately.
Can be absorbed through the skin. Can cause irritation. May result in initial stinging, burning tingling or
a rash. Wash affected area with soap and water. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing and wash
skin. Prolonged or repeated contact may result in degreasing of the skin and dermatitis. May induce
an allergic response in susceptible individuals. These skin sensations are reversible and usually subside
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4. FIRST AID MEASURES - continued
May be severely irritating, characterised by redness, watering and itching. Check for and remove any
contact lenses. if easy to do so Do not use an eye ointment. Flush eyes with running water for 15
minutes holding eyelids open if necessary. Seek medical advice.
5. FIRE/EXPLOSION MEASURES
Clear fire area of all non-emergency personnel
Extinguishing media Water spray foam, dry chemical or Carbon Dioxide. Fire fighters should wear a
full set of protective clothing, including self-contained breathing apparatus.
Toxic fumes may be emitted including. hazardous gases may be formed including but not limited to,
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride, Oxides of Carbon.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Floor may be slippery if wet. Eliminate all ignition sources and naked lights. Use non sparking
equipment. Wear protective clothing. Clear area of unprotected personnel. Contain spill and absorb with
Sand, Soil or absorbent granules. Do not allow product or washings to enter the waterways or sewer. If
spill does enter waterway contact local authority. Pyrethroids are toxic to fish and other aquatic
invertebrates. Contaminated absorbent and wash water should be disposed of according to local and
Collect in an appropriate sealable container for disposal in an approved landfill or incinerated at an
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Store in original container in a cool, dry ventilated place. Away from direct heat of sunlight. Store away
from foodstuffs, children and animals. Do not allow product to get wet in storage. Keep container sealed
when not in use. Rinse out empty containers and do not use for any other purpose.
All aspects of storage, handling, use and record keeping must be in accordance with NZS 8409-2004
“Management of Agrichemicals” and local and regional council
8. EXPOSURE CONTROL AND PERSONAL PROTECTION
Avoid all personal contact. Extreme over–exposure can result in death. Wear approved mask, overalls,
boots, gloves, safety goggles and safety glasses when using. Wash protective clothing before storage or
reuse. Wash hands after use and before, using tobacco products, or toilet facilities. Always use with
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9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
avoid mixing with strong acids, alkalis and oxidising agents
hazardous gases may be formed including but not limited to,
Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride, Oxides of Carbon., Oxides of
Nitrogen and Iodine vapours. Contain runoff.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Moderately toxic through ingestion and can be absorbed through the skin
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Contains Pyrethroids which are toxic to fish and other aquatic invertebrates. Contaminated absorbent and
wash water should be disposed of according to local, national regulations.
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13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Wear protective clothing. Clear area of unprotected personnel. Contain spill and absorb with Sand,
Soil or absorbent granules. Do not allow product or washings to enter the waterways or sewer. If spill
does enter waterway contact local authority. Collect in an appropriate sealable container for disposal in
an approved landfill or incinerated at an authorised installation. Rinse out empty containers prior
disposal. Do not re-use empty container for any other purpose
All aspects of disposal, handling, use and record keeping must be in accordance with
NZS 8409-2004 “Management of Agrichemicals” and local and regional council
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
15. REGULARTORY INFORMATION
The regulatory information is not intended to be comprehensive. Other regulations may apply to this product
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Avoid release into the environment. Refer to special instructions on Safety Data Sheet
0800 764 766 (POISON)
All Material Safety Data Sheets are subject to review and should not be left longer than three years
For further information visit the Kiwicare web site,, or contact the supplier.
The information in this document should be made available to all who may handle the product
This information is based on data believed by Kiwicare Corporation Limited to be accurate at the time of writing. It
is given in good faith but no warranty expressed or implied is made as to its accuracy, completeness or otherwise.
Every person dealing with the materials referred herein does so at their own risk absolutely and must make
independent determinations of suitability and completeness of information from all sources to ensure their proper
Attention is drawn to the application and safety instructions set out on the label. This sheet is not a substitute
for safety, hazard or application instructions set out on the label. As Kiwicare Corporation Limited and their
distributors have no control over storage or use of this product no liability for accident or damage will be accepted.
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