Take Control of your own "Pest Control" using Bioway Multi Insect and Dustmite Killer

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Bioway Multi Insect & Dustmite Killer
1. Personal -Clean -Easy -Hygienic and Effective Insect Control
2. Kills Insects Kills Insects -Their Larvae -Eggs and Stops theirbiting and host-seeking behaviour
3. Odourless Odourless -Does not Stain -No synthetic solvents
4. No annoying unpleasant or harmful gasses
5. No need to vacate sprayed room or area
6. A Unique researched, developed and approved user user user-friendly product
7. Deadly to Dustmites, Flies, Ants, Cockroaches, Lice, Mosquitos, Fishmoths, Bedbugs, Ticks and many other cold blooded insects
8. Excellent use for modern Households, Hotels, Resorts, Luxurious suites, Guest Houses, Lodges, Chalets, Rondavels, Tents and any other Accommodation Facilities.
9. Ideal to use for Public Health Care in Hospitals, Clinics, Schools, Crèches, Restaurants, Public Food Outlets, Veterinary Pet and Animal Care etc.
10. Not Dangerous or Harmful to Humans, mammals and birds, once the product has dried on any Fabric - Textile or Surface.
11. Totally safe to sleep on sprayed mattresses -bedding -pillows -carpets -sleeping bags -in clothing or other treated items.
12. Always spray suitcases -hand-bags or luggage when travelling, camping or hiking.

Six Horrifi Six Horrific Facts about Dust Mites...
1. The average person's bed contains millions of dust mites, which thrive on the humid conditions and feast off the particles of dead skin that we shed every day (we shed around two to three pounds of skin every year).
2. The weight of the average mattress doubles after ten years due to dust mite infestation. Dust Mites are present in all our homes, particularly our beds -where we spend a third of our lives -as they thrive on warm, damp conditions and feed on our excess skin. We share our beds with approximately 2 million dust mites. Mould and fungi form on our beds as a result of human sweat and moisture. They are bacteria based and can be a trigger for allergy/asthma sufferers. Dust mites leave their excrement (and it is to these that we are allergic to) in our beds. The place where we spend most of our lives we clean the least! We scrupulously clean our bodies, our clothes, ourhomes, our cars and our patios -but never our beds. You spend approximately one third of your life in bed, more time than anywhere else in the home, butincredibly, it is the place you clean the least –if at all!
3. Ten percent of the weight of a two year old pillow can be composed of dead mites and their droppings.
4. During its 80 day lifespan, the average dust mite produces about 1,000 allergenic waste particles. These contain a powerful allergen that can cause irritation and a particular trigger for allergy sufferers.
5. A dust mite is smaller than a grain of sand.
6. Dust mite populations increase rapidly; each egg-laying female can increase the population by 25 or 30 new mites per week.

Bioway Multi Insect and Dustmite Killer

 

 

Developed and formulated in Switzerland by chemical scientist (1976 – 1982) to conform to the highest International Safety Standards.

The product was originally registered in Europe as Perycut Insect Killer – a Micro-Emulsion formulation. Permethrin and Bio-Allethrin without any synthetic solvents.

Perycut Insect Killer was registered in South-Africa in 1989. L4652.

The name Perycut Insect Killer was changed to Bioway Multi Insect and Dutmite Killer – April 2003. Reg. no. L6988 (Act no. 36 of 1947).

FORMAT FOR A 16 SECTION MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

NAME OF SUPPLIER: BIOWAY MULTI

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

Product name:

Bioway Multi

Product code:

SL

COMPOSITION / PHYSICAL DATA

Name of chemical

% Vol

% wt

Water

Chemical family

Chemical formular

Cas no

Haz chem.

Permethrin

0.0225

97.5

Pyrethroids

NA

SL

Bioallethrin

0.045

97.5

Micro-emulsion

1. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Main hazard

None

Health effects-eyes

None

Health effects-skin

None

Health effects-ingestin

None

Health effects-inhalation

None

2. FIRST AID MEASURES

Product ingested

Drink water – Seek medical practitioner.

Product on skin

Wash with water.

Product on eyes

Rinse with water

Product inhaled

N/A

3. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Extinguishing media

None – water based – Not flammable

Special hazards

None

Protective clothing

None

4. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Personal precautions

Prevent skin contact

Environmental precautions

Prevent aqueducts and sewerage systems contamination

Small spills

Cover with sand

Large spills

Cover with sand or saw-dust

5. HANDLING AND STORAGE – Cool and dry storage

Suitable material

High density Poly Urethane bottles

Handling / storage precautions

Use gloves - keep away from uninformed people

6. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Occupational exposure

Use gloves and mask

Engineering control

None

Personal protection– respiratory

Use mask

Personal protection – hands

Use gloves

Personal protection – eyes

None – rinse with water

Personal protection – skin

None – wash with water

Other protection

None

Wash and rinse with cold water after contact

7. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearances

White milky

Colour

White

pH

2

Relative density

Water – 1,01g/cm³

Boiling point

98° C – water

Melting point

N/A

Flash point

N/A

Flammability

Not flammable

Auto Flammability

N/A

Explosive properties

None

Oxidizing properties

None

Odour

Typical – no odour

8. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Conditions to avoid

None – Does not react with other chemicals

Incompatible materials

None

Hazardous decomposition

N/A

9. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION – RAT

Acute toxicity

Oral LD 50mg/kg. 20 000 / Dermal 20000 / Inhalation 4009

Skin and eye contact

None

Chronic toxicity

N/A

Mutagenicity

N/A

Carcinogenicity

N/A

Neurotoxicity

N/A

Reproductive hazards

N/A

10. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Aquatic toxicity – fish

Toxic

Aquatic toxicity – daphnia

Toxic

Aquatic toxicity – algae

Hazardous

Biodegradability

97%

Bio-accumulation

N/A

Water stability

96% Micro-Emulsified

Ozone layer depletion

none

11. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION

Disposal methods

Do not spill into sewerage systems

Disposal of packaging

Do not use for any other purpose

12. TRANSPORT INFORMATION – Regulation – 26-08-1986

UN no

3352 Permethrin

3082 Bioallethrin

G G V Marine/IMDG – code

Not dangerous goods within the meaning of above transport regulations

13. REGULATORY INFORMATION

EU hazard classification

Class 4. F/T. EO

Risk phrases

None N/A

Safety phrases

None N/A

National legislation

L6988 RSA

14. OTHER INFORMATION

Bioway Multi awarded a green class IV (4) or U (unclassified). Less hazardous product. Internation. No synthetic solvents used. Does not stain. Odourless.

Bioway Multi Insect & Dustmite Killer


Active Ingredients : Permethrin 2.25 g/l Bioallethrin 0.45 g/l
Reg No. L6988 (Act No. 36 of 1947) - Department Of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries
SGS Laboratory Services - GLP Compliant. SGS Ref Nr : 2145. Report Nr : 01/797

INTRODUCTION
Permethrin is a broad spectrum insecticide, a chemical used to kill a variety of insects. Permethrin is referred to as a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide because, while manmade, it resembles naturally-occurring chemicals with insecticidal properties, called pyrethroids. Pyrethroids are found especially in chrysanthemums. Pyrethroids are one of the oldest classes of organic insecticides known . They work by quickly paralyzing the nervous systems of insects, producing a quick "knockdown" effect on insect pest populations. Permethrin acts as a stomach poison when it is ingested by insects or as a contact poison through direct contact with target pests. It kills adults, eggs, and larvae, and has a slight repellent effect against insects . The insecticidal activity of this material lasts up to 12 weeks after application .
Permethrin is used against a number of pests, on nut, fruit, vegetable, cotton, ornamental, mushroom, potato and cereal crops. It is used in greenhouses, home gardens and for termite control . It also controls animal ectoparasites, biting flies, and cockroaches . It may cause a mite buildup by reducing mite predator populations


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