|Description : FENVALERATE is a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide which controls a wide range of insects in a variety of crops by strong contact and stomach action.
Chemical Name : RS-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl-(RS)-2
(4-chlorophenyl ) - 3-methylbutyrate
CAS Registry No. : [51630-58-1]
UN No : 3352
IMDG : Class 6.1 6 (Pyrethroid, Pesticide, Liquid Toxic) IMDG 2004 Edition Vol.2,
Page No. 177
Structural Formula :
The product conforms to IS : 12003 (1987)
a) Appearance : Light brown viscous material
b) Fenvalerate content by GLC : 90% (w/w) minimum
c) Acidity Limit (as H2SO4) : 1.0%, (w/w) maximum
d) Material insoluble in acetone : 0.5 % (w/w) maximum
e) Meta phenoxy benzaldehyde : 2.0% (w/w) maximum
content by GLC
Formulations : Emulsifiable concentrate 20%w/w and Dusting powder 0.4%
Compatibility : Compatible with most insecticides and fungicides etc.
a) Mammalian toxicity : WHO classifiation : Class II “moderately hazardous”.
b) Environmental toxicity : It has low toxicity to birds, aquatic algae and molluscs. Even though Fenvalerate is reported to be extremely toxic to fish, daphnia, bees in laboratory tests, under field conditions the same is not seen.
Shelf-life : Two years under normal storage conditions.
Packing : Technical Grade : 225 kg UN approved lacquered MS drums
Formulation : 200 Lit. UN approved M.S. lacquered or M.S. Polylined Drums.