Restricted use pesticide due to acute inhalation toxicity of sulfuryl fluoride



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TM Trademark of Douglas Products.
ProFume is a federally Restricted Use Pesticide. Always read and follow label directions (01/16) DP
Applicator Manual for
ProFume
®
gas fumigant

Page 1
RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE
DUE TO ACUTE INHALATION TOXICITY OF SULFURYL FLUORIDE
For sale to and use only by Certified Applicators or persons under their direct supervision and only for those uses covered by the Certified Applicator’s certification. An applicator certified by the state must be present on site at all times during introduction of fumigant, reentry prior to aeration, and initiation of the aeration procedure.


Applicator’s manual for
If on skin or clothing
Note to physician:
Table of contents
Chapter 2 general safety ................................................................................................ 11
Chapter 3 cylinder safety and storage ........................................................................... 14
Chapter 4 equipment ...................................................................................................... 19
Chapter 5 fumigation preparation .................................................................................. 26
Chapter 6 profume introduction and distribution ......................................................... 33
Chapter 7 monitoring profume gas fumigant ................................................................ 42
Chapter 9 profume fumigation management plan (fmp) .............................................. 46
Chapter 11 troubleshooting ........................................................................................... 57
Chapter 12 appendix ....................................................................................................... 61
The purpose and objective of this applicator’s manual are to
Legal ramifications of conducting fumigations with profume
Product information .......................................................... 1
Structural formula
Volume per pound:
Facility fumigations
Pests controlled
Poisoning symptoms
Physician information
There is no known antidote.
Fire fighting protective clothing
Worker safety
Any unprotected exposure to profume >1 ppm
Consult current standards concerning scba use and maintenance.
Fumigant introduction hose and fittings
In case of emergency
Profume cylinder valves
Figure a, profume cylinder valve
Cylinder storage
Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage.
Always store and transport cylinders in a secure upright position
Remember to close valve completely
Frozen cylinders
Cylinder return procedure
Do not mark functional cylinders
Hazards & ppe
Step action
Monitoring equipment
Fumiscopes manufactured by
Monitoring line purge pump
Fumiscope calibration procedure
Scott-marrin, inc.
Model e-v and e-200
Factors affecting measurement
For fumiscope repair procedure, contact the manufacturer
Specifications
Calibration procedure
Pyrolzer (furnace)
Repair instructions
Performance verification procedure for miran 101 and 203 analyzers
Miran sapphire analyzer performance verification procedure
Repair procedure
Fumigation preparation ................................................... 5
Occupants/customers need to know
What to remove prior to fumigation
Before fumigating, all pilot lights must be turned off. the heat of gas flames, pilot light
Checking for connected areas
Distribution/aeration fan use and placement
A rule of thumb is to use one fan for each 75,000 ft
High capacity fans are needed when introducing profume into a space to
Preparing for aeration
Sealing the structure
Tape and seal
Foam sealing
Table ab bpercent permeation loss and adsorption
Securing structures
Clam shell locks
Railcars, trailers or ships
Prior to release of profume, make sure a thorough check of the structure and
Selection and use of equipment for fumigant
Protective sheeting
Fog-out prevention
Fumigated space leak detection and mitigation
Reentry procedures
Profume fumiguide
Precision fumigation concepts
Dosage = concentration (c) x time
Temperature factor
The measured minimum temperature at the site of the insect pest should be used
Increase time = decrease gas needed
Using the profume fumiguide program
Profume fumiguide temperature range
Profume fumiguide exposure time range
Profume fumiguide hlt range
Profume fumiguide ranges
Sequential fumigations
Using the profume fumiguide when monitoring
Profume concentrations during fumigation.
Monitoring profume gas fumigant ............................... 7
The objective of monitoring fumigant concentration are:
Specific guidelines for monitoring atypical
Monitoring hoses
Aeration, clearing, and reentry .................................... 8
Aeration – recommended practices
Aerate at the highest point practical:
Control the exhaust rate:
Factors influencing aeration time
Terminal fumigant concentration
Temperature
Clearance and reentry
Reoccupancy
Guidance for preparation of an fmp
Checklist guide for an fmp
A. preliminary planning and preparation
B. personnel
D. notification
F. application procedures and fumigation period
G. post-application operations
Site specific considerations .......................................... 10
Selection of fumigation location
Sealing the vehicle or vessel
Fumigation of surface ships and vessels in port
Vehicle (trailers, containers, railcars, etc) aeration
Surface ship aeration
Preparation for chamber or stack fumigation
Chambers and stacks within structures
Circulation fans
Testing seal effectiveness:
Worker exposure monitoring:
Aeration: aerate the vacuum chamber following instructions above for vacuum chamber fumigations outside structures.
Securing the enclosing structure:
Chambers/stacks outside of structures
Vacuum chambers
Drawing a vacuum:
Dosage monitoring:
Tarp fumigations should be conducted out of doors or in a building that will not be
Stored bulk commodity fumigation (e.g., silos, etc)
Procedures for fumigating bulk commodities
Bulk commodity aeration
Mills and food processing facilities
Leaking cylinders
Glass etching
Fumigant introduction hose freezing
Plant and turf damage
Odor problems
Latent mortality
Non-target organisms
Adsorbtion/absorbtion = sorption:
Boiling point (bp):
Certified applicator:
Cubic feet per minute (cfm):
Flash point: the temperature at which vapor explodes. fluorosis:
Fumigant introduction:
Half-loss time (hlt):
Heat of vaporization:
Interscan gas analyzer:
Latent mortality:
Miran sapphire (mobile infrared analyzer):
Partial pressure (dalton's law):
Pulmonary: pertaining to, or affecting, the lungs. pulmonary edema:
Scba - positive pressure:
Specific gravity:
Temperature (cor °f):



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