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									                                        SAFETY DATA SHEET


Material Identification LANNATE® L
Product description     Methomyl insecticide
Recommended use         Insecticide for control of insects in cereals, pasture and horticultural
Company details         DuPont (New Zealand) Ltd
                        98 Kerrs Road
                        PO Box 97641, SAMC, Manukau City
Telephone               (09) 268 5500
Fax                     (09) 268 5490
24-hour Emergency phone 0800 243 622
Web site                www.dupont.co.nz
Date of Issue           April 2005


HSNO Classification         3.1B (flammable liquid) 6.1C (acute oral toxicant), 6.4A, (eye irritant),
                            6.5B (skin sensitiser) 6.8B (reproductive/development toxin), 6.9A
                            (target organ systemic toxin), 9.1A (aquatic toxicant), 9.2B (soil
                            toxicant) 9.3B (terrestrial vertebrate toxicant), 9.4A (terrestrial
                            invertebrate toxicant)
 Hazards                    Highly flammable liquid.
                            Toxic-may be fatal if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
                            May cause eye irritation. May cause sensitisation from prolonged skin
                            contact. May cause reproductive/development damage from repeated
                            oral exposure. May cause eye damage from repeated oral exposure at
                            high doses.
                            Ecotoxic - very toxic to aquatic organisms. Toxic to the soil
                            environment. Toxic to terrestrial vertebrates. Very toxic to terrestrial


Ingredient                  CAS No.                 Proportion
Methomyl                    16752-77-5              20%
Methanol                    67-56-1                 30-60%
Inert Ingredients           not allocated           balance

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Inhalation                    If inhaled, remove from exposure and have patient lie down and keep
                              quiet. If patient is not breathing, start artificial respiration immediately.
                              Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Call a
                              physician if necessary.
Skin contact                  If spilt on the skin, remove contaminated clothing and wash affected
                              areas of skin immediately. DO NOT Scrub the skin. Remove and wash
                              contaminated clothing before re-use.
Eye contact                   If concentrate is splashed in eyes, flush with running water for at least
                              15 minutes. Take to hospital without delay. For advice contact the
                              National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764766)
Ingestion                     If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. For advice, contact the
                              National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764766) or call a doctor

Flammable Properties       Flash Point 14°C Closed Cup
                           Flammable limits in Air % by volume (methanol) LEL: 6.7 UEL: 36
Fire/Explosion Hazard      Vapour forms explosive mixture with air. Heating can release vapours,
                           which can be ignited.
Extinguishing Media        Water spray, foam, dry chemical, C02. Halon
Fire Fighting Instructions Evacuate personnel to a safe area. Keep personnel removed and
                           upwind of fire. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear full
                           protective equipment Shut off source of fuel, if possible and without
                           risk. Use water spray. Cool tank/container with water spray. Fight fire
                           from maximum distance, use extreme caution as heat may decompose
                           material and rupture containers.
                           If area is heavily exposed to fire and if conditions permit, let fire burn
                           itself out since water may increase the area contaminated.
Combustion products        Hazardous gases produced in a fire under conditions that produce
                           incomplete combustion may consist of S02, N02, C02, CH3NC0,
                           HCN, C0, CS2. When combusted at higher temperatures with sufficient
                           oxygen, the following are greatly reduced: CS2, C0, HCN, and
Hazchem Code               3WE
                            This product triggers the Hazardous Substances (Emergency
                            Management) requirement for fire extinguishes whenever it is held in
                            quantities of 250 litres or more, either alone or aggregate with other
                            flammable substances.

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Spill precautions        Use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment during clean up. (See
                         section 8). Evacuate personnel, thoroughly ventilate area, and use self -
                         contained breathing apparatus. Remove source of heat, sparks, flame,
                         impact friction or electricity. Keep upwind of leak - evacuate until gas
                         has dispersed.
Spill containment        Dyke spill. Prevent liquid from entering sewers, waterways on low
Spill clean up           Soak up with sawdust, sand or other absorbent material. Shovel or
                         sweep up. Never return to container for reuse. DO NOT flush to
                         surface water or sanitary sewer system. See section 13 for disposal


Handling                 Do not breathe vapour or mist. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on
                         clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. Wash clothing after use. Do
                         not store or consume food, drink or tobacco in areas where they may
                         become contaminated with this material.
                         This product must be under the control of an approved handler at all
                         This product must be tracked.

Storage                  Do not subject to temperatures below 0°C. Store product in original
                         container, tightly closed, away from other pesticides, fertiliser food or
                         feed and under lock and key. Not for use or storage in or around the
                         home. Do not store with Classes 1,2,3.2,4,5 substances.

                         This product is subject to a requirement for an emergency response
                         plan, secondary containment and signage whenever it is held in
                         quantities of 100 litres or more, either alone or in aggregate with other
                         hazardous substances of similar hazard. (See Hazardous Substances
                         Regulations 25-42.)

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Exposure Limits             Lannate L Insecticide
                            PEL (OSHA): None Established
                            TLV (ACGIH): None Established
Engineering Controls        Use only with adequate ventilation. Keep container tightly closed.

                            PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
                            During mixing/loading and application or repairing and cleaning of
                            equipment and disposal of the substance: longsleeve shirt; long-legged
                            pants; shoes and socks; chemical resistant gloves; face shield or goggles;
                            NZS8049 approved respirator. During equipment repair and cleaning,
                            the respirator need not be worn.
                            IMPORTANT! Always wash hands, face and arms with soap and
                            water before smoking, eating drinking.
                            AFTER WORK: Before removing gloves, wash them with soap and
                            water. Take off all work clothes and shoes. Shower using soap and
                            water. Wear only clean clothes when leaving job - do not wear
                            contaminated clothing. Personal clothing worn during work must be
                            stored and laundered separately from protective clothing and household
                            articles. Store protective clothing separately from personal clothing.
                            Clean or launder protective clothing after each use. Respirators must be
                            cleaned and filters replaced according to instructions included with
                            respirators. Protective clothing and protective equipment heavily
                            contaminated or drenched with Methomyl must be destroyed according
                            to State and Local regulations. HEAVILY CONTAMINATED OR


Form                        Liquid
Colour                      Amber
Odour                       Aromatic
Boiling Point               62OC
Vapour Pressure             176mm Hg @ 25OC
Specific Gravity            0.892 @ 25OC
Flash Point                 14OC
Corrosivity                 Non-corrosive
Oxidisation                 Not an oxidiser.
(Also, see sections 5&10)

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Stability                Stable at normal temperatures and storage conditions.
Incompatible materials   No incompatibilities reasonably foreseeable.
Decomposition            Decomposes with heat. Hazardous gases/vapours produced are toxic
                         and/or noxious. They may include sulphur oxides, methylisocyanate
                         and HCN.
Polymerisation           Polymerisation will not occur.


Acute Effects
Eye                      Causes pupillary constriction and other effects associated with
                         anticholinesterase activity. In addition, 0.1 ml of undiluted 24%
                         formulation caused moderate but penetrating corneal injury, which was
                         receding after 14 days.
Skin                     (Guinea pigs) Application to shaved skin as a 24% formulation did not
                         cause irritation or sensitisation.
Inhalation               1 hour LC50: 0.68 mg/l (analytical). Highly toxic by inhalation
Ingestion                Highly toxic by ingestion.

Chronic Effects
Methomyl                 2-year feeding in rats: Feeding levels 0, 50, 100, 200, and 400 ppm; no
                         effect level (NOEL) of 100 ppm based on slight haemolytic anaemia
                         and/or body weight effects observed at the higher dietary
                         concentrations. No compound related neoplastic lesions were observed.
                         2-year feeding in mice: Feeding levels 0, 50, 75 and 200 ppm; no
                         compound related neoplastic or non-neoplastic histologic effects were
                         found at any level. The NOEL was considered to be 50 ppm based on
                         transient haemolytic anaemia and increased mortality at the higher
                         dietary concentrations.
                         2-year feeding in dogs: Feeding levels 0, 50, 100, 400 and 1,000 ppm.
                         The NOEL of 100 ppm was based on haemolytic anaemia and non-
                         neoplastic changes within the kidney and spleen at the higher dietary
                         concentrations. There were no neoplastic effects at any dose.
Reproduction             Three-generation rat reproduction study at dietary rates of 50 and 100
                         ppm showed no adverse effect upon fertility, and no compound related
                         histologic effect. A 2-generation rat study conducted at 75,600 and
                         1,200 ppm in the diet showed similar results.
Teratogenicity           In rats, no embryotoxic or teratogenic effects were observed at levels
                         up to 400 ppm (highest level fed). In rabbits, the highest dietary dose
                         level (equivalent to 100 mg/kg body wt.) did not cause any observed
                         compound related abnormalities.

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Mutagenicity               Methomyl was negative in numerous assays to evaluate mutagenicity
                          and genotoxicity, including Ames test, Reverse Mutation Assay,
                          Recessive Lethal Assay, three DNA damage studies, an unscheduled
                          DNA Synthesis Assay, and in vitro and in vivo cygenetic assays.
Acceptable Daily Intake   Based on the 10 ppm no-observable effect level of the 2-year dog
                          feeding study, and utilising a 100 fold safety factor, the US EPA has
                          established an Acceptable Daily Intake of 0.025 mg per kilogram of
                          body weight per day.
Methanol                  Toxic effects that may result from excessive exposure to methanol
                          include visual disturbances or blindness, narcosis and other CNS
                          effects, liver effects, and acidosis.
                          Individuals with pre-existing diseases of the retina or liver may have
                          increased susceptibility to methanol toxicity.
Carcinogen                None of the components in this material is listed by IARC, NTP,
                          OSHA or ACGIH as a carcinogen.
Toxicity Data             Acute oral LD50 (24% formulation, fasted rats) 88 mg/kg (females)
                          Acute dermal LD50 (24% formulation, male rabbits) > 5880 mg/kg
                          (intact skin)
                          Inhalation: 1 hour LC50: 0.68 mg/l (analytical)


Methomyl                  Fish channel catfish LC50 (96hr) 0.53, rainbow trout 3.4, bluegill
                          sunfish 0.9mg/L. Daphnia LC50 (48hr) 0.0287 mg/L. Algae EC50
                          (72hr) 60 mg/L. (9.1A) Very toxic to aquatic organisms. Avoid
                          contamination of any water supply with chemical or empty container.
                          EC100 worms 0.355mg/kg soil. Rapidly degraded in soil to carbon
                          dioxide and acetonitrile. DT 50 3-5 days. Log kow 0.6. (9.2B)
                          Birds LD50 mallard duck 15.9, pheasant 15.4 mg/kg. LC50 dietary for
                           Peking duck 1,890 mg/kg. (9.3B) Bee contact LD50 0.1µg/bee (9.4A)


                          Triple rinse empty container and add to spray tank. Puncture container
                          and dispose of at an approved landfill. Dispose of this product only by
                          using in accordance with label directions. Dispose of solid
                          contaminated material/or contaminated soil in an approved landfill.
                          Disposal must be in accordance with applicable local regulations.

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Proper Shipping Name     Carbamate Pesticide, Liquid, Flammable, Toxic, NOS
                         (Methomyl 20%, Methanol 60-70%)
D.G. Class               3 – flammable liquid
Sub Risk                 6.1
UN Number                2758
Hazchem                  3WE
Pack Group               II
Trade names              LANNATE® L
                         Transport according to the requirements of the Land Transport Rule
                         45001:Dangerous Goods 1999, the Maritime Rule 24A Carriage of
                         Cargoes – Dangerous Goods and Civil Aviation Rule 92 meets the
                         requirements of the HSNO Act.


Registration             Lannate® L is registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997 No.P2244
HSNO Approval Code       HSR000584
Tracking                 This product must be tracked.
Approved handler         This product must be under the control of an approved handler at all

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ACGIH                           American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.
DT50                            Time(days) for 50%loss.
EC50                            Median effective concentration.
EEL                             Environmental Exposure Limit.
ERMA                            Environmental Risk Management Authority
HSNO                            Hazardous Substances and New Organisms.
IARC                            International Agency for Research on Cancer.
Koc                             Organic carbon partition coefficient (ml soil water/g organic carbon)
LC50                            Lethal concentration that will kill 50% of the test organisms inhaling or
                                ingesting it.
LD50                            Lethal dose to kill 50% of test animals/organisms.
LEL                             Lower explosive level.
NOEL                            No observable effect level.
OSHA                            American Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Pow                             The octanol-water partition coefficient is the ratio of the concentration
                                of a chemical in octanol and in water at equilibrium at a specified
TEL                             Tolerable Exposure Limit.
TLV                             Threshold Limit Value-an exposure limit set by responsible authority.
UEL                             Upper Explosive Level
WES                             Workplace Exposure Limit

Miscellaneous                   The data in this Material Safety Data Sheet relates only to the specific
                                material designated herein and does not relate to use in combination
                                with any other material or in any process

Responsibility for MSDS         Du Pont (New Zealand) Limited
                                For further information Freefone 0800 658080

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