Bromadiolone as an active substance in pure form refers to Class I extremely hazardous substances in accordance with GOST 12.1.007-76. If the drug is introduced into the rat’s stomach LD50 criteria is 1,125 mg / kg. During dermal application in rabbits LD50 is 400 mg / kg - Class II hazard. The drug has emphasized cumulative effect (Kcum. <1), after reapplication to skin its shows absorption through skin effect and topically irritant properties are weakly manifested. TSRAL (temporary safe reference action level) of bromadiolone in the working area is 0.001 mg / m 3 (aerosols) - I Class hazard with a note «requires protection of skin» 0.25% Bromolon concentrate according to the parameters of acute toxicity when introduced into stomach of rats and mice refers to Class III- moderately hazardous, when applied to skin - Class IV low-toxic agent according to the Classification of toxicity and hazard effects of rodenticides. Fumes of the drug in saturating concentrations do not have inhalation hazards and according to the degree of volatility it is referred to Class IV hazard. The drug has an evident cumulative effect: (Kcum <1); it has no local irritation on skin both after single or multiple applications, and on mucous membranes of the eyes; it has an obvious absorption effect through skin after re-application. 0.25% Bromolon concentrate is intended for preparing poison baits to kill rats and mice and for use in facilities undergoing veterinary inspection by the staff of agencies that have the right to engage in rodents control activities.
BROMOLON CONSENTRATE 0,25%
Bromadiolone as an active substance in pure form refers to Class I extremely hazardous substances.
Available in polymeric containers. by 100, 200, 250, 500 and 1000 ml.
Should be stored in the original packaging, in dark and dry place, out of reach of children, at temperature not exceeding +40°C. 2 years from date of manufacture.
Baits shall be placed in pre-identified areas of habitat or in places where traces of rodents are discovered (stripping, litter). You should put baits in dry places under shelter (cabinets, equipment, etc.), in adapted containers (bait boxes, drain pipes, trays, boxes, etc.), or in special containers. The latter are preferable because they increase edibility preventing it from stripping by rodent and complicate access to such baits by non-target species of animals and birds.
Bait is put by 50-100 g for rats or by 10-25 g for mice. Distance between baits location should be 2-15 m depending on the littered state of premises and number of rodents. Since mice bait doses are smaller, they are put frequently than the rat baits. Distributed baits should be inspected every 1-2 days after placement and then check with 1 week interval.
Doses of the bait partially or completely eaten should be supplemented to the original volume or two times more. Doses remaining untouched by rats or mice for more than one week should be shifted to other places frequently visited by rodents. Contaminated or spoiled baits should be replaced by new dose of bait. This work shall be performed until disappearance of rodents.
Due to possibility of secondary poisoning rodents carcasses should be regularly collected (until full completion of works) for further burial or incineration. After completion of work bait residues and containers under baits should be collected for further reuse (if suitable for this purpose) or burial.
The bait can be left in areas that are favorable for habitat and migration of rodents in order to prevent its possible immigration or during periods of alleged increase in numbers. In such case, the bait should be placed in special containers (tare) and observed at least 2 times a month.
ATTENTION! The drug has strict contraindications and specific instructions. All detailed instructions can be obtained in company website or in manuals on use.
Poisen bait for rodents control (rats, mice) is prepared by mixing 0.25% Bromolon concentrate with good-quality foods (refined grains, cereal, granulated feed, etc.). Composition of the food base shall be selected taking into account peculiarities of different types of rodent species and specific fodder resources at actual facilities. Crushed grains or cereals are used in baits for mice.
For preparation of poison bait containing 0.005% bromadiolone (DB), you should take 20 grams of 0.25% Bromolon concentrate per 1 kg of feeding substrate. During preparation of baits based on grain or cereal 1 kg Bromolon concentrate 0.25% is mixed with 49 kg of feeding substrate.
Required amount of concentrate is slowly added to the feeding substrate and thoroughly mixed until uniform distribution of the paint over entire volume of the feeding substrate. Prepared bait shall be put in sealable containers with a label for further storage and transportation.
Wording on the container’s label with Bromolon concentrate 0.25% or bait must contain name, date of manufacture and prescription: «Subject to apply only by the staff of agencies that have the right to perform disinfection activities,» as well include warning signs «POISON!» (for concentrate) or «TOXIC» (for bites).