Glycel 480 SL

Chemical Class: Phosphonates
Common Chemical Name: Glyphosate IPA salt
Functional Class: Herbicide

Description:
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION:
CAUSES MILD IRRITATION TO EYES
Causes moderate irritation to the skin
Burning sensation in the throat if swallowed
Acute oral toxicity:
Rat, LD50 (limit test): > 5,000 mg/kg body weight
Other effects: breathing difficulty, decreased activity, soft stools
Practically non-toxic
Acute dermal toxicity:
Rat, LD50 (limit test): > 5,000 mg/kg body weight
Practically non-toxic.
Acute inhalation toxicity:
Rat, LC50, 4 hours, aerosol: 2.6 mg/L Other effects: breathing difficulty, decreased activity
Practically non-toxic.
Skin irritation:
Essentially non irritating.
Eye irritation:
Moderate irritation.
Skin sensitization:
Guinea pig, Buehler test
Positive incidence: 0 %
Ingestion:
Respiratory effects: increased fluid in lungs (lung/pulmonary oedema)
Cardiovascular effects: decreased blood pressure (hypotension)

Basic first aid:
EYES:
Immediately flush with plenty of water. Continue for at least 15 minutes. If easy to do, remove contact lenses. If there are persistent symptoms, obtain medical advice.
SKIN:
Wash affected skin with plenty of water. Wash clothes before re-use. Take off contaminated clothing, wristwatch, jewelry.
INGESTION:
Immediately offer water to drink. Do NOT induce vomiting unless directed by medical personnel. If symptoms occur, get medical attention.
INHALATION:
Remove to fresh air.

Notice to the doctor:
This product is not an inhibitor of cholinesterase.
ANTIDOTE:
Treatment with atropine and oximes is not indicate

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