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|Purity:||95%||Application:||Insecticide,Agriculture,Pest Control,Insecticide/Acaricide,pesticide Additives|
|Appearance:||Light Yellow Liquid||Storage:||Dry Place,Stable Under Normal Storage Condition In Original Container,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place|
|Shelf Life:||3 Years,2~3 Years||Sample:||Available|
|Color:||Yellow Liquid||Function:||Insecticide And Hygine,Pest Control,Mosquito Repellent,insecticide|
Meperfluthrin mosquito fogging chemicals,
95%TC mosquito killer liquid,
Meperfluthrin Agrochemical Insecticide
Coils or burning coils are human biting insect repellents (flies, bees, wasps, mosquitos…).
These products are widely used to fight against malaria and dengue vectors in tropical countries.
The aim of this study was to assess the acute toxicity by oral, dermal, ocular and pulmonary routes
of a mosquito coil and its classification in the globally harmonized system of classification and labeling of chemicals (GHS).
Various tests were carried out according to OECD 423 guidelines (2001) for the acute toxicity by oral route,
OECD 436 (2009) for the acute toxicity test by inhalation and OECD 402 (1987) and 404 (2015. Signs of toxicity
such as apathy and drowsiness were observed at the dose of 2000mg/Kg by oral route.
Toxicity through inhalation is characterized by a lung disease associated with bronchial and interstitial pneumonia,
a tubulointerstitial nephritis with renal impairment and a LC50 (rat) ranging from 5 to 10mg/l/4 h.
The coil studied was non-irritating by ocular and dermal routes. Results showed a high toxicity of the coil by pulmonary route.
The LC50 (rat) between 5 and 10mg/l/ suggests a classification in category 3 of the product studied in the
Globally Harmonized System of classification and labeling of chemicals (GHS).
Keywords: acute toxicity, oral route, dermal, ocular, inhalation, coil, ghs, oecd guidelines
|Product name||Meperfluthrin 95%TC insecticide mosquito coil pest control.|
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