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Hazard Classification:

Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. Very toxic to fish and freshwater invertebrates.


CAS Number
Concentration (%w/w)

Consult the National Poisons Information Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764 766) or a doctor in every
case of suspected chemical poisoning. Never give fluids or induce vomiting if a patient is
unconscious or convulsing regardless of cause of injury. If breathing difficulties occur seek
medical attention immediately.
Effects and Symptoms
Dust2Dust has low oral, dermal and inhalation toxicity. The talc used in this product contains no asbestos
fibre. Exposure at or below the TWA (2.5 mg/m³) is thought to protect workers from the significant risk of
nonmalignant respiratory effects associated with talc dusts.
Dust2Dust has low oral toxicity; the Acute Oral LD50 (rat) 12,000 mg/kg (calculated). However if poisoning
occurs when swallowed, do not induce vomiting. If conscious and alert, rinse mouth and drink 1-2 cupfuls
of water. Begin artificial respiration if the victim is not breathing. Use mouth to nose rather than mouth to
mouth. Obtain urgent medical attention.
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Date of Issue: 12 January 2010
Date of Revision: 12 January 2010

Skin Contact
Non irritating to the skin. Acute Dermal LD50 (rabbit) > 2000 mg/kg. If on skin, immediately wash with
plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash clothing before
Destroy contaminated leather articles such as belts ad watchbands. Seek medical attention Eye Contact
Mildly irritating to the eyes. Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes,
occasionally lifting the upper and lower eyelids. Remove contact lenses is present and easy to do and
continue rinsing. Do NOT allow victim to rub eyes or keep eyes closed. Obtain urgent medical attention.
Low inhalation toxicity. Acute inhalation LC50 (rat) > 5.27 mg/L1 hour. It may irritate the mucous
membranes of the respiratory tract. Move the victim to fresh air immediately. Begin artificial respiration if
breathing has stopped. Obtain medical attention immediately.
First Aid facilities
Provide eye baths and safety showers close to areas where exposure may occur.
Medical Attention
Treat symptomatically and supportively, monitoring the development of hypersensitivity reactions with
respiratory distress. Gastric lavage may be indicated if ingested. No know antidote. Do not confuse with
cholinesterase poisoning. Skin contacted may be carefully cleaned with cleansing milk. Symptoms can be
partially alleviated by the application of a vitamin E or moisturizing cream or anesthetic ointment. For eyes,
instill local anesthetic drops e.g. 1% amethocaine hydrochloride eye drops. Give analgesics as necessary.
In all cases consult the National Poisons Centre for the most up to date treatment information.

Material may support combustion at elevated temperatures. Thermal decomposition and burning may
produce toxic by-products. Do not allow contaminated run-off to enter drains. Self-contained breathing
apparatus required. Use dry chemical, alcohol foam, or carbon dioxide as extinguishing media. Soft
stream water fog only is necessary. Contain all runoff
Hazardous thermal (de)composition products:
Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen chloride, chlorine, hydrogen chloride and sulfur dioxide.
Hazchem Code


Small Spills

Wear appropriate protective clothing whilst cleaning up small spills (see Personal Protectio absorbent material such as earth, sand or clay granules to the spill. Sweep up material f absorption is complete. Clean up minor spills immediately. EMERGENCY PHONE: KEY INDUSTRIES LTD (Frank Visser, Managing Director): 0274 941 659
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Large Spills

Wear protective clothing. Clear the area of all unprotected personnel. As a standard precautionary
measure, shut off all sources of ignition. Place leaking containers into salvage drums. Apply absorbent
material such as damp earth, sand or clay granules to spill area. Form a barricade around the spill and in
front of drains or waterways in spill vicinity, using earth or other available material. Prevent entry of
material into drains or water ways.
Waste Disposal Method
Contaminated absorbent and wash water should be disposed of according to local regulations under the
Resource management Act. Avoid contamination of any water supply with chemical or empty container.


Precautions for safe handling

te water, feed, or food by storage, handling, or disposal. No smoking, eating or drinking should be allowed where material is used or stored. Read and observe all precautions and instructions on the label. Avoid contact with food, clothing, drugs or other household goods during transportation.
Conditions for safe storage
Store containers upright and closed. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and in well-
ventilated areas, away from children and animals. Keep away from heat, ignition sources and strong
oxidizers. Emptied containers may retain product residues.

Exposure Limits
Exposure guideline:
Workplace exposure standards:
Exposure Standards outside the workplace: Not Established
Engineering Controls
Control airborne concentrations below the exposure guideline. Good general ventilation should be
sufficient for most conditions.
Hygiene Controls
Facilities storing or utilising this material should be equipped with an eyewash facility, safety shower and
facility for washing hands/face after work.
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection
Wear an approved organic vapor respirator in absence of proper mechanical ventilation. 3/44L Constellation Dr
Eye Protection
Wear approved safety glasses, goggles, or a full-face shield. Skin/Body Protection
DO NOT SMOKE, EAT, DRINK OR APPLY COSMETICS IN WORK AREA! Wear waterproof gloves when prolonged or frequently repeated contact could occur. Wash promptly if skin becomes contaminated. Wash at the end of each work shift and before eating, smoking and using the toilet. EMERGENCY PHONE: KEY INDUSTRIES LTD (Frank Visser, Managing Director): 0274 941 659
Date of Issue: 12 January 2010
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Physical State
Boiling Point
Melting Point
Flash Point Not applicable

Does not mix readily with water. To be used as a dust. Specific Gravity @ 20ºC:


Chemical Stability
Stable at room temperature and pressure
Hazardous decomposition products
Oxides of carbon under fire conditions.
Specific Materials to Avoid
None known
Hazardous Polymerisation will not occur

Acute Effects
Single dose oral toxicity is considered to be low. Irritation and respiratory discomfort may occur.
Eye Contact: Mildly irritating to the eyes.
Skin Contact: Non irritating to the skin. Acute Dermal LD50 (rabbit) > 2000 mg/kg. A single prolonged
exposure is not likely to result in the material being absorbed through the skin in harmful amounts.
Inhalation: Low inhalation toxicity. Acute Inhalation LC50(rat) > 5.27 mg/L/1 hour. It may irritate the
mucous membranes of the respiratory tract.
Chronic Effects No data available on this formulation. In studies with laboratory animals, Permethrin
Technical did not cause teratogenicity or reproductive toxicity.

No data is available on Dust2Dust Insecticidal Powder. The following information refers to P Environmental Toxicology: Permethrin is considered highly toxic to fish and aquatic arth LC50 values which range from 0.02 µg/L to 315 µg/L. The aquatic arthropods tend to be some of the more
sensitive species. Marine species are often more sensitive than freshwater species. Permethrin is slightly
toxic to birds and the Acute Oral LD50 values are greater than 3,600 mg/kg. Do not contaminate sewers,
drains, dams, creeks or any other waterways with product or the used container.

EMERGENCY PHONE: KEY INDUSTRIES LTD (Frank Visser, Managing Director): 0274 941 659
Date of Issue: 12 January 2010
Date of Revision: 12 January 2010

Environmental Fate

Permethrin has a moderate rate of degradation in soil. It is stable over a wide range of pH values.
Because permethrin has a high affinity for organic matter, there is little potential for movement in the soil or
entry into ground water. Because of the ease with which biological systems degrade the molecule, the
potential for bio-concentration and accumulation in the environment is low.


Product Disposal
Dispose of product only by using according to label or using an approved waste disposal contractor. If this
material as supplied becomes a waste care should be taken to ensure compliance with national and local
authorities. It is the responsibility of the waste generator to determine the toxicity and physical properties of
the waste generated to determine the proper waste identification and disposal methods in compliance with
applicable regulations. Do not dispose of via municipal sewers, drains, natural streams or rivers.
Packaging Disposal
Empty packaging should be taken for recycling, recovery or disposal through a suitably qualified or
licensed contractor. Care should be taken to ensure compliance with national and local authorities.
Packaging may still contain product residue that may be harmful. Incinerate via approved incinerators or
crush and bury in an approved landfill. Ensure that empty packaging is managed in accordance with Dangerous
Goods and HSNO regulations.


UN number:
Dust2Dust Insecticidal Powder is a Marine Pollutant according to International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and the International Air transport Association (IATA).
Other Information: NA


Approval Number:

EPA Approval Number:
Approved type B and C (food, beverage and dairy factories) Approved type B (all food premises except Dairy)

Reasons for Issue:
Update format and content to comply with legislation.
The information sourced for the preparation of this document was correct and complete at the time of writing to the best of the suppliers
knowledge. Each user should read this MSDS and consider the information in the context of how the product will be handled and used in the
workplace. The document represents the commitment to the company’s responsibilities surrounding the supply of this product, undertaken in good
faith. This document should be taken as a safety guide for the product and its recommended uses, but is in no way an absolute authority. Please
consult the relevant legislation and regulations governing the use and storage of this type of product. For further information, please contact Key
Industries Limited
EMERGENCY PHONE: KEY INDUSTRIES LTD (Frank Visser, Managing Director): 0274 941 659
Date of Issue: 12 January 2010
Date of Revision: 12 January 2010


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PROFESSIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE OF CHARLES W. KING EDUCATION Charles W. King received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Texas in 1956 and 1957 respectively. From 1957 until 1960, King was a marketing research analyst and section head with Humble Oil and Refining Company (now Exxon). In 1960, King initiated doctoral study and subsequently received his d

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