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Product Name: Triple Time

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Issued: February 2012

Triple Time

Section 1 - Identification of Chemical Product and Company

Amgrow Pty Ltd (Commercial Products Division) Phone: (02) 9395 1200(Business hours)

PO Box 6390 Fax: (02) 9395 1241

Silverwater NSW 1811

Trade Name: Triple Time

Product Use: Selective Herbicide

Creation Date: February 2012

Section 2 - Hazards Identification

Statement of Hazardous Nature CLASSIFIED AS HAZARDOUS ACCORDING TO THE CRITERIA OF ASCC (Xn Harmful, Xi Irritant)


Risk Phrases: R20/22 Harmful if inhaled or swallowed, R36/38 Irritating to eyes and skin, R41 Risk of serious eye damage R43 May cause sensitisation by skin contact, R63 Possible risk of harm to the unborn child, R65 May cause lung damage if swallowed Safety Phrases: S2 Keep out of reach of children, S23 Do not breathe vapour, S24 Avoid contact with skin, S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice, S36/37/39 Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection, S62 If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice immediately and show MSDS or label SUSMP Classification: S6 ADG Classification: Not a Dangerous Good under the ADG Code.

IMDG/IATA Classification: Dangerous Good for transport by sea and air: DG Class: 9, UN Number:

3082, Packaging Group: III Hazchem Code: 3Z Emergency Overview Physical Description & colour: Clear brown liquid.

Odour: Typical solvent odour Major Possible Health Hazards: Long term damage to eyes, Chemical pneumonitis if vomited.

Potential Health Effects Inhalation: The components of the product are of low volatility and no adverse effects are expected from handling the concentrate. In confined spaces, some discomfort may occur due to the presence of some solvent vapour. Breathing in mists or aerosols may produce respiratory irritation, but generally unlikely. The product may constitute a moderate hazard during spraying operations Skin Contact: Acute dermal toxicity has not been determined for this product; based on data available for its components, dermal toxicity is expected to be harmful. Prolonged contact with the concentrate can cause defatting of the skin and may result in dermatitis. The concentrated product may cause slight irritation on contact Eye Contact: Irritating to eyes. It will cause discomfort such as stinging pain, watering and redness of the eyes. Effects may last after exposure has caused, and in severe exposure, long lasting or even permanent effects such as corneal damage can occur.

Ingestion: The concentrate is harmful if swallowed. Amounts swallowed incidental to normal handling procedures and use are not expected to cause injury. However, swallowing of large amounts may cause injury. If aspirated into the lung, e.g. from vomiting, the presence of solvent may result in chemical pneumonitis.

Carcinogen Status: No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by ASCC, NTP or IARC at stated concentration.

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Section 4 - First Aid Measures General Information: You should call The Poisons Information Centre if you feel that you may have been poisoned, burned or irritated by this product. The number is 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia (0800 764 766 in New Zealand) and is available at all times. Have this MSDS with you when you call.

Ingestion: Wash out mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. Keep patient at rest and seek medical advice. Make every effort to prevent vomit from entering the lungs by careful placement of the patient.

Inhalation: If vapours or mists have been inhaled, and irritation has developed, remove to fresh air and observe until recovered. If irritation becomes painful or persists more than about 30 minutes, seek medical advice.

Skin Contact: Wash off skin immediately with soap and plenty of water. Remove all contaminated clothing and shoes. Seek medical advice if irritation persists. Launder contaminated clothing before re-use.

Eye Contact: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, holding eye open and taking care to rinse under eyelids as well. If irritation persists seek medical attention.

Notes to Doctor: Treat symptomatically. Note the nature of this product. If vomiting occurs, solvent may cause pulmonary pneumonitis.

Section 5 - Fire Fighting Measures Extinguishing Media: Foam, water fog, Carbon dioxide, dry chemical Fire Fighting: If a significant quantity of this product is involved in a fire, call the fire brigade. Immediately evacuate area. Fire fighters to wear non-flammable protective clothing, gloves, hat, goggles and self contained breathing apparatus. All skin areas to be covered.


Flash point:

Upper Flammability Limit: 7% for solvent Lower Flammability Limit: 0.6% for solvent Auto ignition temperature: No data Flammability Class: C1 Combustible Liquid Fire Decomposition Products: toxic fumes of hydrogen bromide, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide or other compounds of bromine, chlorine and nitrogen.

Section 6 - Accidental Release Measures Accidental release: In the event of a major spill, prevent spillage from entering drains or water courses.

Evacuate the spill area and deny entry to unnecessary and unprotected personnel. Wear protective chemically resistant clothing including face mask, face shield, and gauntlets. See above under Personal Protection regarding Australian Standards relating to personal protective equipment. Stop leak if safe to do so, and contain spill. Absorb onto sand, vermiculite or other suitable absorbent material. Avoid using sawdust or other combustible material. Sweep up and shovel or collect recoverable product into labelled containers for recycling or salvage, and dispose of promptly. After spills, wash area preventing runoff from entering drains. If a significant quantity of material enters drains, advise emergency services. Do not dispose of undiluted chemical on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point. If there is any conflict between this MSDS and label, instructions on the label

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prevail. Dispose of only in accord with all regulations. Launder all contaminated clothing before re-use and advise laundry of nature of contaminant.

Section 7 - Handling and Storage Handling: This product is a S6 Poison. Observe all relevant regulations regarding sale, transport and storage of this class of product. Keep exposure to this product to a minimum, and minimise the quantities kept in work areas. Check Section 8 of this MSDS for details of personal protective measures, and make sure that those measures are followed. The measures detailed below under "Storage" should be followed during handling in order to minimise risks to persons using the product in the workplace. Also, avoid contact or contamination of product with incompatible materials listed in Section 10.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from children and animals or foodstuffs. Containers should be kept closed in order to minimise contamination. Do not store with seed or fertilisers. Keep from extreme heat and open flames, and make sure that the product does not come into contact with substances listed under "Materials to avoid" in Section 10.

Section 8 - Exposure Controls and Personal Protection This product is intended for outdoor use where engineering controls are not necessary. The following

Australian Standards will provide general advice regarding safety clothing and equipment:

Respiratory equipment: AS/NZS 1715, Protective Gloves: AS 2161, Industrial Clothing: AS2919, Industrial Eye Protection: AS1336 and AS/NZS 1337, Occupational Protective Footwear: AS/NZS2210.

TWA (mg/m3) STEL (mg/m3) ADI (mg/Kg/day) NOEL (mg/Kg/day) Exposure Limits MCPA not set not set 0.01 1.1 Bromoxynil not set not set 0.003 0.003 Dicamba not set not set 0.03 3 TWA exposure value is the average airborne concentration of a particular substance when calculated over a normal 8 hour working day for a 5 day working week. STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) is an exposure value that should not be exceeded for more than 15 minutes and should not be repeated for more than 4 times per day. There should be at least 60 minutes between successive exposures at the STEL.

ST ADI means Acceptable Daily Intake and NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. (ADI List 31 Dec 2006) Ventilation: Avoid vapours and provide local exhaust ventilation where necessary.

Eye Protection: To avoid contact with eyes, wear face shield, goggles or safety glasses. Emergency eyewash should be readily accessible.

Skin Protection: Wear impermeable PVC gloves to prevent skin contact. Wear overall and long sleeves to prevent skin contact Respirator: If the product is being used in dusty or confined conditions, use of a mask or respirator may be preferred. Use P2 type canister respirator if required Safety Boots: Safety boots in industrial situations are advised Provision of eye wash facilities and safety shower recommended.

Wash hands before eating, drinking, smoking or going to toilet, launder protective clothing before re-use or destroy contaminated clothing. Advise laundry of nature of contamination.

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Section 10 - Stability and Reactivity Stability: Stable under normal conditions, when stored and handled in accordance with this MSDS.

Conditions to Avoid: Store away from heat or fire Incompatibilities: Avoid strong oxidising agents, zinc, tin, aluminum, cooper and their alloys.

Hazardous Reactions: Reaction of the concentrate with alkaline materials such as caustic soda (and even lime) will liberate dimethylamine vapour. Dimethylamine is moderately toxic, LD50 (Oral, rat) is 700mg/kg and TLV of 10ppm (TWA) has been set. Dimethylamine has a fishy odour. Reaction of the concentrate or spray mix with acids will precipitate solid dicamba and largely deactivate the product and cause blockages in spray equipment, under adverse conditions, the concentrate may react strongly with powerful oxidising agents.

Fire Decomposition: toxic fumes of hydrogen bromide, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide or other compounds of bromine, chlorine and nitrogen.

Polymerisation: Will not spontaneously polymerise Section 11 - Toxicological Information For Bromoxynil octanoate: LD50 Oral (Rat) = 365 mg/kg LD50 Dermal (Rat 2000 mg/kg For Dicamba: LD50 Oral (Rat) = 1707 mg/kg LD50 Dermal (Rat 2000 mg/kg LC50 Inhalation (Rat) 9.6 mg/L4hr For MCPA: LC50 Oral (Rat) 900 – 1160 mg/kg LD50 Oral (mouse) 550 mg/kg LD50 Dermal (Rat 2000 mg/kg LC50 Inhalation (Rat) 6.36 mg/L/4hr Skin Sensitisation: MCPA is a skin sensitiser Subchronic (Target Organ) Effects Weight loss and damage to liver and kidneys may be expected if exposure is excessive.

Reproductive Toxicity: Bromoxynil octanoate has been assigned R63 on the basis of studies, in rats, rabbits and mice which show reduced ossification and increased incidence of supernumerary ribs at doses (range 5-15 mg/kg/day) which are not toxic maternally. Supernumerary ribs are seen in control animals and are often seen in reproductive toxicity studies. The ribs disappear during subsequent development with rats, but not with mice. The significance of supernumerary ribs as an indicator of developmental toxicity and extrapolation to other species remain problematical.

Mutagenicity The weight of evidence indicates that the product does not present a mutagenic risk Section 12 - Ecological Information Environmental Data: Dicamba does not bind to soil particles and is highly soluble in water. It is therefore highly mobile in the soil and may contaminate groundwater.

Do not contaminate dams, waterways or sewers with this product or the containers which have held this product. Spray drift can cause damage, read the label for more information.


Dicamba : Only slightly toxic to birds.

Of low toxicity to fish. LC50 (96hr) for rainbow trout is 135 mg/l When used according to the instructions, dicamba poses little threat to wildlife.

MCPA iso-octyl ester: LC50 (rainbow trout) 1.15mg/L (96 hrs Bromoxynil octanoate: LC50 (96hr) for rainbow trout is 0.041 mg/ Acute Toxicity - Other Organisms: Not toxic to bees. Not toxic to birds

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Section 13 - Disposal Considerations Disposal: On site disposal of the concentrated product is not acceptable. Ideally, the product should be used for its intended purpose. If there is a need to dispose of the product, approach local authorities who hold periodic collections of unwanted chemicals (ChemClear®).

Container Disposal Do not use this container for any other purpose. Triple rinse containers; add rinsate to the spray tank, then offer the container for recycling/reconditioning, or puncture top, sides and bottom and dispose of in landfill in accordance with local regulations.

DrumMuster is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty, cleaned, non returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical containers.

Full details regarding disposal of used containers, and unused material may be found on the label. If there is any conflict between this MSDS and the label, instructions on the label prevail. Dispose of only in accord with all regulations.

Section 14 - Transport Information ADG Code: This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good for transport by road IMDG, IATA Codes: Classified as a Dangerous Good for transport by sea and air – Marine Pollutant UN Number: 3082, DG Class: 9, Packing Group: III, Proper Shipping Name: ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID N.O.S. (contains Bromoxynil) Section 15 - Regulatory Information AICS: All of the significant ingredients in this formulation are to be found in the public AICS Database.


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