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DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
NUVAN PROFI

1. COMPANY DETAILS:
Address:
Tel. Nr.:
Emergency Tel Nr.: 083 326 3581 / 082 823 4473

2. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION:
Trade Name:

Common Name (ISO):
Chemical Name:
Simplified formula:
Molecular weight:
Cas number:
Chemical Class:

3. COMPOSITION:
Ingredients per 330 ml can:
Dichlorvos tech

4. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Appearance:

Density @ 20 ºC (kg/ ): 1,425
Solubility in H2O:
DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013

5. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION:
Flash Point:

Flammability:
Auto ignition Temperature:
Decomposition Temperature:
Acute Hazards:
Special fire fighting procedures: Keep fire exposed containers cool with water spray. If a
leak or spil has not ignited, use water spray to disperse the vapours and to protect personnel attempting to stop leak. No unprotected persons should be al owed the vicinity. Water spray may be used to flush spil s away from exposures. Prevent run-off from fire control or dilution from entering streams, sewers or drinking water supply. Contain run-off with temporary earth barriers. Extinguishing Media:
Water spray or fog, foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide. (water may be ineffective for putting out fires, unless used Special protective equipment: Do not breath fumes. For fires in close areas, fire fighters
must use self-contained breathing apparatus, as wel as ful protective nitrile rubber gloves, close fitting safety goggles or face shield, effective respiratory protection. Ful lenght protective clothing and boots must be worn when handling gear, this material in an emergency. Hazardous decomposition products: Toxic fumes including smoke CO2, aldehydes and

1. REACTIVITY DATA:
Stability:

Conditions to avoid:
Heat, sparks, flame and build up of static electricity, spil age onto roadways, etc. Hazardous decomposition products: Incomplete combustion wil produce carbon monoxide
Degradation:

2. WARNINGS:
Store under lock and key.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from source of heat & naked flames.
Keep away from oxidizers and acids.
Keep containers closed when not in use.
Minimize skin and eye contact.
Decontaminate al equipment before repairing.
Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons and animals.
Store away from farm feeds, foodstuffs, eating utensils and drinking water.
Flammable liquid.
DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013

3. HEALTH HAZARD DATA: (Acute Hazards & Symptoms)
Effects of overexposure:
Symptoms of acute poisoning develop within 12 hours (usual y
within 4 hours) of contact. Headache, fatigue, faintness, giddiness, excessive sweating, nausea, abdominal pains, vomiting, diarrhoea, tightness of the chest, anxiety, blurred vision, confusion, muscle twitching, beginning in the eyelids and tongue, smal pupils, respiratory distress, convulsions and coma.
Inhalation:
May cause tightness of chest respiratory failure, headache, dizziness, sweating, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, weakness, loss of coordination, seizures, & coma. Product is can be easily absorbed through the skin. Prolonged or repeated contact may cause dermatitis. Wil cause irritation, blurred vision & possible blindness.
Ingestion:
May cause headache, fatique, faintness, giddiness, excessive sweating, nausea, abdominal pains, vomiting, diarrhoea, tightness in the chest, anxiety, blurred vision, muscle twitching beginning in the eyelids and tongue, smal pupils, respiratory distress, convulsions, coma. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Inhalation:

Avoid inhalation of spray mist. Use only in wel – ventilated areas, in case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment. Approved respiratory equipment must be use when vapour or mists concentrations exceed applicable standards. Wear protective clothing (long sleeve shirt & pants) as wel as protective gloves (solvent resistant gloves). Launder contaminated clothing before re-use. Avoid skin contact. Keep working clothes separately and do not take home. Good personal hygiene practices should always be fol owed. Provide local emergency shower. Avoid contact with eyes. Wear eye & face protection (safety glasses & face shields). When handling this product, wear goggles giving completely eye protection. Normal industrial eye protection practices should be employed. Provide emergency eye wash stations. Ingestion:
Store away from food & feedstuffs. Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling this product. Wash hands & face after handling the product, before eating and drinking. DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013
FIRST AID MEASURES:

Inhalation:

Remove patient from source of poisoning to wel ventilated area and keep him quiet and reassured. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If necessary administer artificial respiration and oxygen or closed chest cardiac message. Seek medical attention immediately. Remove contaminated clothing & shoes. Immediately rinse the affected skin area with plenty of soap & cool water or shower. Do not rub skin. Launder contaminated clothing before re-use. If irritation occurs & persists, seeks medical attention. Flush contamination of eyes with copious amounts of clean water for at least 15 min. Cover with a sterile pad and seek medical attention. Ingestion:
Keep patient quiet & reassured, rinse mouth with water. If water diluted mixture has been swal owed, induce vomiting by tickling the back path of the throat. If concentrate has been swal owed, firstly give copious quantities of either beaten egg white, starch solution of Milk of Magnesia before inducing vomiting. Repeat until vomiting fluid is clear and free from smel of poison. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. DO NOT apply direct mouth to mouth respiration, use a disposable protective mouthpiece. Contact a doctor or hospital.
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
Administer Atropine Sulphate, intravenously, (1-4mg) every 5-10 minutes until signs of
atropinization(dry flushed skin & tachycardia) ; 2 – PAM 50 mg/kg up to a total dose of 1-2g or
2/3 of this dose of protopam. Repeat oximes if necessary. DO NOT GIVE MORPHINE,
AMINOPHYLLINE, PHENOTHIAZINES, RESERPINE, FUROSEMIDE OR ETHACRYNIC
ACID.
SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE AND SHOW THIS MSDS TO A MEDICAL DOCTOR.
Administer doidoxime chloride ( Toxogonin, Merck ) in cases of severe poisoning in which
respiratory depression, muscle weakness and twitchings are severe. When administer early (
less than 36 hours after poisoning ) obidoxine chloride relieves the nocotinic effects of
poisoning.
Adult dosage:
3-5 mg/kg intravenously and slowly, 5ml after atropine administration. Child’s dosage:
4 – 8 mg/kg intravenously and slowly, 5 minutes after Atropine administration (the upper limit should not be exceeded and administration should not be repeated within 2 hours). DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES:

Notification procedures:

Report spil s as required to appropriate authorities. Procedures if material is released or spilled: Evacuate unprotected personnel, dike /
contain spil with dry sand, inert material and sweep up and place into proper container as for toxic waste in accordance with local/national regulations. DO NOT BURN. Protective clothing to be worn when clearing spil age. If safe disposal is not possible contact manufacturer, dealer or local representative. Environmental Precautions:
Prevent spil s from entering storm sewers or drains, waterways and contact with soil.
11. HANDLING & STORAGE:
Suitable Material:

Handling /storage precaution: Do not inhale spray mist. Avoid contact with skin, eyes
and clothing. Avoid inhalation of fog and vapours, wash with soap and water after use/accidental skin contact. Do not eat, drink or smoke while working. Exposed operating positions must have an efficient local exhaust source, working areas must be wel ventilated. In addition to the measures taken usual y in the chemical works like splash proof fil ing and measuring equipment (including vapour stripping). Further personnel protection measures may have to be implemented to avoid possible contact with the product. Cleaning of equipment after use:
During application and when cleaning equipment and protective clothing, contamination of al sources of drinking H2O, rivers, dams, other crops or grazing shal be prevented. Clean protective clothing, used protective clothing and the workers personal clothing shal be kept apart. At the end of each day, al protective clothing and respirators, shal be decontaminated, washed, rinsed and dried. Extra care must be taken when cleaning equipment after use. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION:

Waste disposal:

Product should be utilized completely to avoid disposal of access product.
Disposal of residue:
Residue to be disposed of as toxic waste in accordance with local/national regulations. DO NOT BURN. DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013

13. TRANSPORTATION DATA:
Hazardous Description Label:

Organophosphorous pesticide, liquid, flammable, toxic, n.o.s contains dichlorvos. UN Hazard Class:
UN Packing Group:
ICAO/IATA: Shipping Name: Flammable liquids. (contains AROMATIC /
Label(s):
Subsidiary risk:
Additional information:

14. ENVIRONMENTAL DATA:

Acute Oral LD50

15. OTHER INFORMATION:
HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED.
HARMFUL IF INHALED.
COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND VAPOUR.
MAY CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION ON PROLONGED, REPEATED SKIN CONTACT.
AVOID BREATHING OF VAPOUR OR MIST.
KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT OR FLAME.
KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED.
USE WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION.
DATE ISSUED: 22 July 2005
PREPARED BY: SM Peters
UPDATED BY: Ursula Potgieter
UPDATED: 25 March 2013

16. NOTE:

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BASED ON THE PRESENT STATE OF OUR
KNOWLEDGE ON THE PRODUCT, ALL INFORMATION IS GIVEN IN GOOD FAITH BUT
WITHOUT GUARANTEE IN RESPECT OF ACCURACY, AND NO RESPONSIBILITY IS
ACCEPTED FOR ERRORS OR EMISSION OR THE CONSEQUENCES THEREOF.

Source: http://www.pathogensolutions.co.za/products/msd/3_7.pdf

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