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Bengal Yard & Patio Outdoor Fogger 24
Product: Bengal Yard & Patio Outdoor Fogger 24
Contents under pressure. Do not use or store near heat or open flame. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Exposure to temperatures
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SKIN: Avoid skin contact. Wash hands after using product.*
INHALATION: Use only in a well-ventilated area.
VENTILATION: No special ventilation required when used according to
COMMENTS: Use only at normal room temperatures. Avoid skin
contact. Do not incinerate. Read and follow directions for use.
*Good practice requires that gross amounts of any chemical be removed from the skin as soon as practical, especially before eating or smoking.
CAS No. 52645-53-1 Exposure Limits: Not est.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF CONCENTRATE: approx. 1.0
VAPOR PRESSURE (PSIG @ 70°F): 70 BOILING POINT (F): N/A PERCENT VOLATILE BY VOLUME: <98%
• Nearly odorless composition in an aerosol container.
• Contents under pressure (70 - 80 psi at 70°F)
APPEARANCE & ODOR: white opaque emulsion, mild odor
Exposure to temperatures above 130°F may cause bursting
• Contents (propellant) are flammable. Keep away from ignition sources and hot surfaces
STABILITY: STABLE INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIAL TO AVOID): NONE KNOWN.
• Burning may produce toxic by-products (carbon monoxide, HCl)
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
Potential Health Effects: EYES: May cause temporary discomfort.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Products of
SKIN: May cause skin irritation in sensitive people. Avoid contact.
combustion are principally carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and water.
Contact with spray may cause frostbite on exposed skin.
Chlorine and hydrogen chloride may be released.
SYSTEMIC & OTHER EFFECTS: A statistically significant increase in
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Do not store above 130°F. Do not store
the incidence of lung and liver tumors was observed in female mice
receiving diets containing 375 and 750 mg/kg/day of Permethrin over 85
Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Avoid breathing of vapors. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Do not
IARC monographs: Not listed; OSHA: Not listed
use in commercial food processing or preparation areas. In the home, all
COMMENT: Unnecessary exposure to this product, or any chemical,
food processing surfaces and utensils should be covered during
treatment or thoroughly washed before use. Cover exposed food.
Remove pets, birds and cover aquariums before using.
EYES: Flush repeatedly with clean water. Get medical attention if
SKIN: Wash skin with soap and water. Get medical attention if
This product is toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply
ORAL: Call a physician or Poison Control Center. Do not induce
Replace cap and discard empty container in trash. Do not puncture or
FLASH POINT : >141°F (liquid concentrate)
Proper Shipping Name: Consumer Commodity
FLAME EXTENSION: <18” AUTOIGNITION: Not Established
NFPA Ratings: Health: 2 Fire: 2 Reactivity: 0 Special: None
UNUSUAL FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None known.
SARA Title III: SARA 313 INFORMATION: This product contains the
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Self-contained breathing
following substances subject to the reporting requirements of Section
apparatus and protective clothing should be worn when fighting fires
313 of Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of
involving chemicals. Firefighters should use protective shielding to avoid
US EPA Signal Word: CAUTION Date Revised: 18 Nov. 2002
SPILL RESPONSE: Remove ignition sources. Use absorbent material
to collect and contain for salvage or disposal. Ventilate area. This
product contains no CERCLA listed chemicals. This product may be a
RCRA hazardous waste upon disposal due to ignitability characteristics.
This document has been prepared to meet the requirements of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200, the EU Directive, 91/155/EEC and other regulatory agencies.
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