SAFETY DATA SHEET Resolution 350/99 COMPINCHE ® Registration No SENASA: 35.700 June 2009 IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES 1. PRODUCT AND MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION. TAS TOXICOLOGICAL CENTER(24hs) +54 341-448-0077/424-2727 and/or 0800-888-TOXI(8694) SYNGENTA (24hs) +54 11 4561-6000 /+54 11 4561-7000 1.1 Product name COMPINCHE® 1.2 Manufacturer Syngenta Crop Protection Inc., USA. 4111 Gibson Road Omaha NE 68107 1.3 Chemical names difenoconazole (9,2%): 1-[2-(4-(4-chlorophenoxy)-2-chlorophenyl)-4methyl-1,3-dioxolane-2-il-methyl]-1H-1,2,4-triazol metalaxyl-M (2,3%): N-(2,6-dimethylphenyl)-N-(2’-metoxiacetil)-Dalanine methyl ester 1.4 CAS N° difenoconazole: 119446-68-3 metalaxyl-M: 70630-17-0 1.5 Molecular weight Not available 1.6 Use Fungicide – Therapic for seed treatment 2. RISKS CLASSIFICATION. 2.1 Flammability Non flammable 2.2 Toxicological classification Generally non-hazardous product. Class IV 3. PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES. 3.1 Physical appearance Liquid. Concentrate suspension for seed tretament (FS) 3.1.1. Color Red 3.1.2. Odor Sweet 3.2 Vapor pressure Not available 3.4 Melting point Not available 3.5 Flash Point 104°C 3.6 Boling point Not available 3.7 Solubility in water Soluble 3.8 Decomposition temperature Not available 3.9 pH Not available 3.10 Density Not available Page 1 of 6 Version 1 SAFETY DATA SHEET Resolution 350/99 COMPINCHE ® Registration No SENASA: 35.700 4. FIRST AID MEASURES General recommendation June 2009 Have on hand the label of the product or the material safety data sheet with you when you call to the emergency number of Syngenta, or to the poison control center or to the doctor. 4.1 Inhalation Take the patient outside. If abnormal breathing activity is detected, provide immediate medical attention. 4.2 Skin contact Take off immediately all contaminated clothes and shoes. Wash off immediately with plenty of water and soap skin, hair and fingernails. In case of skin irritation, provide medical attention. 4.3 Eyes contact Wash them with aboundant clean and fresh water for at least 15 minutes. Provide medical assistance. 4.4 Ingestion Do not induce vomiting. Give the patient abundant and clean water. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Provide immediate medical assistance. Only the doctor will determine the convenience of inducing vomiting or carrying out a stomach wash. Notes to physician treatments There is no specific antidote. Symptomatic treatment is recommended. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES 5.1 Extinguishing media In the event of fire, use an extinguishing agent: powder, alcohol-resistant foam, carbon dioxide or water spray. Do not use direct jet of water. Wear protective and proper clothing and oxygen mask. Evacuate affected areas. During a fire, irritating and possible toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition or combustion. As the product contains combustible organic components, fire can produce black smoke. Prevent entrance into the affected area until decontamination. Do not allow fire to spread and enters into drains or water conducts. Contain and collect spillage with non-combustion absorbent material (for example, sand, earth, diatomaceous earth vermiculite) and place them In container for disposal according to local/national regulations. 5.2 Fire fighting procedures Combustion products may be toxic and/or irritating. Measures must be taken to avoid soil filtering or uncontrolled spreading of the contaminated extinguishing agent. In case of fire, autonomous breathing equipment must be used and proper protective clothing must be worn. Isolate the affected area and do not use it until decontamination. Page 2 of 6 Version 1 SAFETY DATA SHEET Resolution 350/99 COMPINCHE ® Registration No SENASA: 35.700 June 2009 6. STORAGE AND HANDLING 6.1 Precautionary methods for personal safety 6.2 Storage Read the label carefully before using the product. Do not transport or store together with food, medicines or clothing. Keep away from children, inexperienced people and animals. Provide water supply in the work area. Do not eat, drink or smoke during handling and/or usage of the product. Wear Protective clothing and globes. Store in its original package, well closed, clearly identified, and away from human food and forages. Keep away from children, inexperienced people and domestic animals. Store in a locked storage area and out of direct sunlight, heating sources and oxidizing agents. Avoid temperatures below 0ºC and above 35ºC. 7. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY 7.1 Stability Stable udner normal use and storage conditions. 7.2 Reactivity Non reactive. Thermal combustion or decomposition may release toxic and irritating fumes. 8. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION 8.1 Inhalation 8.2 Eyes Avoid pulverizations contact. Use face protection. In the event of inhalation, take the patient to a ventilated place. If breathing is abnormal, provide medical assistance. Use eye protection. In the event of eye contact, wash them with abundant water, also under the eyelids for at least 15 minutes. Provide immediate medical assistance. 8.3 Skin Use personal protective equipment avoiding skin contact. In the event of contact, take off contaminated clothing and shoes immediately. Wash with abundant water and soap the skin, hair and fingernails. In case of skin irritation, provide medical assistance. 8.4 Ingestion 8.5 Acute toxicity 8.5.1 Oral DL 50 In case of ingestion, do not induce vomiting. Give the patient abundant and clean water. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Provide immediate medical assistance. Only the doctor will determine the convenience of inducing vomiting or carrying out a stomach wash. LD50 >5050 mg/kg body weight (rats) 8.5.1 Skin DL 50 LD50 >5050 mg/kg body weight (rabbits) 8.5.3 Inhalation CL 50 LC50 >2,73 mg/m 3 Página 3 de 6 SAFETY DATA SHEET Resolution 350/99 COMPINCHE ® Registration No SENASA: 35.700 June 2009 8.5.4 Skin irritation Non irritating 8.5.5 Skin sensitization Non sensitizing 8.5.6 Eyes irritation Slightly irritating 8.6 Sub-acute toxicity Not available 8.7 Chronic toxicity Not available 8.8 Mutagenicity Non mutagenic 9. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION 9.1 Acute effects to fish 9.2 Birds toxicity Slightly toxic to fish and aquatic organisms. Avoid the contact of the product with aquatic environments. Do not contaminate irrigation water, neither receptacles such as lakes, ponds or docks. Do not contaminate water sources when eliminating the cleaning fluids of the equipments and remember to sprinkle the remaining broth on ploughed fields or dirt roads. Slightly toxic to birds. Treated seeds must be buried suitably and must be completely covered by the ground. The remaining treated seeds must not be used as food for animals. If there was a seed treated with COMPINCHE®, pick it up and bury it to avoid that birds or other animals consume it. 9.3 Toxicity to bees Virtually no-toxic to bees. Take the precaution of not contaminating the possible sources of water of bees. 9.4 Soil persistence Not available 9.5 Control effect Not available Page 4 of 6 Version 1 HOJA DE SEGURIDAD Resolución 350/99 COMPINCHE ® N° Registro SENASA: 35.700 Junio 2009 10. EMERGENCY ACTIONS 10.1 Spillages 10.2 Fire 10.3 Final disposition Cover spillages with absorbent material (dirt or sand). Sweep neatly, pick it and put it in well identified bags or containers for its subsequent destruction by authorized companies. Wash contaminated surfaces using carbonated or soapy and then pack the cleaning fluid. Avoid the contamination of still or running waters. In the event of water sources spillages, interrupt immediately the human or animal consumption and contact to the company emergency center . In the event of fire, irritating and possible toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition and combustion. Use an extinguishing agent: powder, alcohol-resistant, foam, carbon dioxide or water spray. Do not use direct jet of water. Wear protective and proper clothing and oxygen mask. Evacuate affected areas. Prevent entrance into the affected area until decontamination. Do not allow fire to spread and enterrs into drains or water conducts. Contain and collect spillage with non-combustion absorbent material (for example, sand, earth, diatomaceous earth vermiculite) and place them in container for disposal according to local/national regulations Empty containers cannot be used again. Add water until covering ¼ of the container capacity, close it and agitate for 30 seconds. Then, pour the water of the container in the dispenser (consider this water volume within the recommended volume of the mixture). Then, carry out this procedure three times. Finally, make the container useless by perforating it or trying not to damage the label when carrying out this operation. The perforated containers must be placed in containers to be sent to a specialized plant for its final destruction. Do not bury or carry out open-air burning the containers and other wastes. 11. TRANSPORT 11.1 Land transport ADR/ RID: UN No: Class: Label number for risk: Packaging group Proper shipping name: 3082 9 9 III Environmentally hazardous good, liquid, N.O.S. (difenoconazole) 11.2 Air transport IATA-DGR: UN No: Class: Label number for ris: 3082 9 9 Page 5 of 6 Version 1 Packaging group: Proper shipping name: III Environmentally hazardous good, liquid, N.O.S. (difenoconazole). 11.3 Sea transport IMDG: UN No: Class: Label number for ris: 3082 9 9 Packaging group: III Proper shipping name: Environmentally hazardous good, liquid, N.O.S. (difenoconazole). Marine pollutant: Marine pollutant.