Suspend Flexx Insecticide (Deltamethrin)

Suspend Flexx Insecticide

Active Ingredient: Deltamethrin @ 25g/L

Similar or Comparable to: Cislin 25 Professional Insecticide (Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd)

Suspend Flexx Insecticide is a synthetic pyrethroid (3A) formulation for the control of a range of insect pests in various indoor and outdoor situations.

Suspend Flexx Insecticide is scientifically-proven to maximise the active ingredient Deltamethrin to be more readily available on surfaces and enhances the efficacy and residual effectiveness.

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Suspend Flexx Insecticide (Deltamethrin) SUSPEND-FLEXX Bayer CropScience

Description

Suspend Flexx Insecticide

Active Ingredient: Deltamethrin @ 25g/L

Similar or Comparable to: Cislin 25 Professional Insecticide (Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd)

Suspend Flexx Insecticide is a synthetic pyrethroid (3A) formulation for the control of a range of insect pests in various indoor and outdoor situations.

Suspend Flexx Insecticide is scientifically-proven to maximise the active ingredient Deltamethrin to be more readily available on surfaces and enhances the efficacy and residual effectiveness (up to 12 weeks when mixed at high rates).

Suspend Flexx Insecticide is a new, innovative general insecticide containing leading-edge patented Carrier technology.

Suspend Flexx Insecticide can be used both indoors and outdoors, and offers flexible application rates.

What are the target pest of Suspend Flexx Insecticide;

  • Ants
  • Bedbugs
  • Bird mites
  • Carpet Beetles
  • Cockroaches
  • Clothes moths
  • Fleas
  • Litter Beetle
  • Mosquitoes
  • Flies
  • Silverfish
  • Spiders
  • Stable Fly
  • Stored Product Pests
  • Ticks

Where can Suspend Flexx Insecticide be used;
Internal and external areas and surrounds of domestic, commercial, industrial and public buildings and structures, including food preparation areas, farm buildings, meatworks and poultry sheds.

Pack Sizes: 500ml & 3L
Registrant: Bayer Cropscience Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 81960)

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredient Deltamethrin.
  • Flexible label, allowing for extremely low dose rates to be effective, reducing cost and chemical footprint
  • Longer lasting residual (Up to 12 weeks).
  • Patented leading-edge Carrier technology.
  • Broad spectrum of activity.
  • Excellent for use outdoors – bricks, mulch, render, concrete.
  • Cost effective.

Directions Of Use

Suspend Flexx Insecticide has a flexible label, allowing for extremely low dose rates to be effective, reducing cost and chemical footprint:

Application rates and delivery:

High Rate: 10mL/L water

  • Use this rate for control of bedbugs and cat fleas and for the control of crawling and flying insects where a residual of at least 12 weeks is required under difficult conditions of high pest pressure or aggressive surfaces.

Standard Rate: 5mL/L water

  • Use this rate for initial / cleanout control of cockroaches, ants, spiders, ticks and other crawling insects and for initial / cleanout control of house flies, mosquitoes and other flying insects where a residual of 12 weeks is required.
  • Use this rate also for follow-up treatment against bed-bugs.

Maintenance Rate: 2.5mL/L water:

  • For maintenance control of crawling and flying insects where a residual of 6-8 weeks is required.

Low Maintenance Rate: 1.6mL/L

  • For maintenance control of crawling and flying insects where a residual of 2-4 weeks is required.

Rates Are a General Guide Only. Before Opening, Carefully Read Suspend Flexx Insecticide Directions for Use, Precautionary and Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and First Aid Instructions.

Host / Pest & Dosage Information

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Commercial Building/structure - External Areas, Commercial Building/structure- Internal Areas, Domestic Building/structure - External Areas, Domestic Building/structure - Internal Areas, Industrial Building/structure - Internal Areas, Industrial Buildings/structure - External Areas, Public Building/structure - External Areas & Public Building/structure - Internal Areas Ants, Bed Bug Eggs, Bird Mite, Carpet Beetle, Clothes Moth, Cockroaches, Flea, House Fly, Mosquito, Silverfish, Spider - Non-Web Spinning, Spider - Web Spinning, Stored Product Insect Pests, Ticks

Mixing:

  • Ensure that the sprayer is clean and free of residues.
  • If necessary wash out the sprayer with water and detergent before use and treat washings as hazardous waste.
  • Estimate the area of surface to be treated.
  • Calibrate spray equipment to identify mixture volume necessary to achieve coverage of target area.
  • Fill the sprayer with half the required volume of water.
  • Measure out precisely the required quantity of product and pour carefully into the spray tank.
  • Complete the filling of the sprayer with water to the appropriate level and agitate.

Application:

  • As a guide, for application to non-porous surfaces, apply 1 L of spray solution per 20 m2.
  • For application to porous surfaces or through use of power equipment, a more dilute spray solution (e.g. required dose rate mixed in 2L water) may be needed to treat the same area.
  • Apply with any suitable hand sprayer or mechanical sprayer capable of producing a coarse spray.
  • This product may be applied to any surface which is not damaged by water alone.
  • It is recommended to test a small area with the spray mixture first before commencing application. Do not exceed the point of run-off.
  • Use a flat fan nozzle for treatment of surfaces.
  • Use a pin-stream nozzle or special crack and crevice extension to spray cracks and crevices.
  • Apply as a broadcast application only for the treatment of carpets and rugs. Spray overlapping bands of 0.5m apart to ensure an even coverage of spray. Refer to Note on application to carpets.
  • For application in wet areas, spray harbourages and cracks and crevices only in areas inaccessible to routine cleaning with a maximum band width of 0.1 m. Spray barrier on walls inaccessible to routine cleaning with a maximum band width of 0.5 m.
  • For surface treatment only.
  • Do not spray into the atmosphere using foggers or other devices designed to create an aerosol.
  • When using in animal houses, do not spray directly onto livestock, their food, water, litter or feed bins.
  • Do not spray exposed food, food utensils or food preparation areas. Before use, remove or cover all exposed foodstuffs. Cover all dishes and utensils and surfaces where food is prepared or stored. After use, clean up thoroughly before processing/serving resumes.
  • Do not spray directly on humans, clothing, bed covers or bed linen.
  • Do not use in cots where infants sleep.
  • Do not apply directly on pets or pets’ bedding.
  • If delicate fabrics or materials which may be damaged by water require treatment, test the spray on a small inconspicuous area first.
  • Allow spray to dry thoroughly before handling materials that have been treated with this product.
  • If prior handling is necessary wear chemical resistant gloves. Gloves must be washed after each day’s use.
  • Avoid contact of spray with timber to which a stain is subsequently to be applied unless the owner is notified that the timber will need additional preparation consistent with that if water alone had contacted the timber. (Evidence of water contact on timber is sometimes only evident once the stain has been applied.)

Note on application to carpets

  • Carpets are considered porous surfaces however excessive liquid application may produce water stains and therefore the non-porous surface rate should be adopted if possible.
  • For short-pile carpet, the 1L spray solution per 20 m2 dilution rate should be sufficient.
  • For long pile or shag carpet, the 1L spray solution per 10 m2 may be required to ensure effective penetration and application to all of the carpet pile.
  • Excessive liquid application to carpets may produce water-stains.
  • Since carpets vary in their thickness, colour and material it is highly recommended that a small, inconspicuous area of carpet be sprayed and allowed to dry first to ensure that application volumes are appropriate and that staining will not occur.
  • Allow treated carpets to dry before resuming activity on them

Note on application to ornamental plants

  • Some species and varieties are particularly sensitive to chemical sprays and as this is often related to local conditions it is advisable to treat only a small number of plants first, in order to ascertain their reaction before treating larger quantities.

Ants

  • Where possible locate the nest and spray directly into nest entrances.
  • For dry and hydrophobic soils, prewetting the soil with water and/or the addition of a soil wetting agent is recommended.
  • A thorough soaking treatment with insecticide mixture is required to destroy the nest. In situations where the nest cannot be located then baiting with a suitably registered product (e.g., Maxforce Quantum Liquid Ant Bait) is the control method of choice. Alternatively infested areas can be sprayed with this product.

Bed bugs

  • Apply to the bed frame and walls, cracks, crevices and skirting boards in the vicinity of the bed.
  • May also be applied to the edges and seams of the mattress but do not treat the flat surfaces on which people sleep.

Bird mites

  • Treat infested areas.
  • Inspect roof voids and remove any old bird nest material.
  • For treatment of roof void areas, a suitably registered dust product such as Coopex® Insecticidal Dusting Powder is recommended.

Carpet beetles

  • Apply to infested carpets particularly in areas of little or no traffic and underneath windows where adult beetles may be entering the building.
  • Refer to Note on application to carpets.

Clothes moths

  • Spray surfaces in areas where clothes are stored.
  • DO NOT spray the clothes themselves

Cockroaches

  • Conduct a thorough inspection and apply to known and potential cockroach harbourages.
  • A barrier application around areas where cockroach infestations may be originating is also suggested.
  • Where application of a spray is not suitable it is recommended that a suitably registered gel such as Maxforce® Gold Gel Insecticide or Maxforce® Fusion Cockroach Gel be applied as per the registered label of those products.

Fleas

  • For indoor areas, clean and vacuum infested areas and dispose of dust collected in the garbage in a sealed plastic bag.
  • Lightly spray infested areas concentrating on areas under furniture etc.
  • For outdoor areas, apply to outside surfaces of buildings and surrounds including but not limited to foundations, soil, turf, pet housing and other areas where fleas may be present.
  • For dry and hydrophobic soils, pre-wetting the soil with water and/or the addition of a soil wetting agent is recommended.
  • Treat pets with a suitably registered flea control product.
  • The use of an Insect Growth Regulator such as Starycide® is considered a useful supplementary treatment for flea control.
  • Refer to Note on application to carpets.

Mosquitoes and Flies

  • Spray surfaces where flies and mosquitoes are known to come to rest.
  • Flies – include external surfaces that are exposed to the morning sun.
  • Mosquitoes – spray walls, awnings, fences and vegetated areas in proximity to buildings. Note: The perception of the level of control of flying insects achieved within any given area treated with a residual surface spray will be affected by the extent of in-migration of individuals from external (untreated) areas.
  • A residual surface spray will only control those insects that alight on the treated surfaces and therefore complete elimination of flying insects from the treated area should not necessarily always be expected.

Silverfish

  • Direct spray to areas of potential infestation e.g. under skirting boards and furniture where dark conditions may favour silverfish populations.

Spiders – web-spinning

  • Spray spiders, their webbing and areas where spiders may hide directly. It is recommended that webbing is left in place for a few days after application to optimise efficacy.

Spiders – non-web-spinning

  • Spray areas where spiders are known to occur.

Stored Product Pests

  • The use of this product in the control of stored product pests should be considered part of an integrated strategy to prevent development of insect populations.
  • Best results will be obtained where good hygiene is maintained.
  • Infested areas should be cleaned prior to application and regularly cleaned thereafter to reduce food sources for pests.
  • When treating for beetle pests pay special attention to sheltered areas such as cracks and crevices, under furniture and equipment, floors, walls and shelves. Adult moths can be controlled by applying this product to walls and surfaces where the flying adult moths come to rest.
  • Ensure food items in store are not exposed to spray.
  • If necessary remove food items from the area to be treated.
  • Allow all treated surfaces to dry before replacing food items.
  • Where possible avoid spraying actual surfaces which food is likely to directly contact.
  • Do not allow spray to contact food packaging material.
  • Discard any foodstuff accidentally contaminated with spray solution.

Ticks

  • Apply to outside surfaces of buildings and surrounds including but not limited to foundations, soil, turf, trunks of woody ornamentals and other areas where ticks congregate or have been seen.
  • This treatment is intended to control ticks which are present at the time of application.
  • Repeat application may be required during times of high tick activity.
  • When used in domestic garden situations where domestic pets are present it is recommended that the animals are also treated with an appropriately registered ectoparasiticide.

Precaution:

  • Re-Entry
  • Allow re-entry in treated areas only once the sprayed surfaces are dry.

Protection Of Wildlife, Fish, Crustaceans And Environment

  • Dangerous to fish and other aquatic organisms.
  • Do not contaminate wetlands or watercourses with this product or used containers.

Storage:

  • Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area.
  • Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Safety Directions:

  • May irritate the eyes and skin.
  • Repeated exposure may cause allergic disorders.
  • Facial skin contact may cause temporary facial numbness.
  • Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
  • Sensitive workers should use protective clothing.
  • Wash hands after use.
  • May cause an allergic skin reaction.
  • Avoid breathing mist.
  • Wear protective gloves.
  • If on skin: Wash with plenty of water/ soap.
  • If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical advice/attention. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

First Aid:

  • If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
  • For further information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

Withholding Period Details (WHP):

  • Not applicable when used as directed.
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