Technical Data Sheet PERMATREAT FI PASTE DESCRIPTION A full bodied mayonnaise type emulsion for use in the eradication of wood-boring insects and the treatment of fungal decay after curing dampness. The active ingredients are Permethrin and Organoboron Ester (Borester 7). SPECIFYING All Permagard timber preservatives are approved for use under the HSE Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986 for use as directed. All Bats are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Before treating and structure used by Bats, consult English nature, Scottish Natural Heritage or the Countryside Council for Wales. For the pre-treatment and remedial treatment of timber where access is restricted or where treatment by conventional fluid methods may not be adequate ie. 1. Timber which is particularly prone to decay ie wall plates, joists and rafter ends, gutter boards, soffits, lintels etc. 2. Large cross section beams particularly in old buildings. 3. Timbers permanently in contact with the ground. METHOD OF USE Apply Permatreat to the timber by using a caulking gun or by brush, trowel or gloved hand liberally covering the surface. Injection into the timber can also be used and is particularly recommended when treating Death Watch Beetle. PREPARATORY WORKS Check the structural integrity of the timbers to be treated and remove any severely infested timber. Ensure that any new timber is treated with a suitable preservative. Ensure that cut ends of timber are also fully treated. In areas affected by fungal decay take all necessary actions to eliminate the source of dampness and to promote drying out. Thoroughly clean all timbers – vacuum cleaning preferred. Permatreat Paste does not ‘dry’ out but continues to penetrate over a long period of time depending on the rate of application and the absorption characteristics of the timber. Can leave a slight deposit on the surface of the treated timber. Not for use on timbers to be painted or glued. USER FRIENDLY Higher safety – Permethrin products have a very low mammalian toxicity and offer a higher degree of safety during and after use than many other Wood Preservatives and are of low environmental impact.
PRODUCT DATA Coverage
15/35 litres of Permatreat is normally needed to treat 1 cubic metre of
timber. The rate of application however will depend on the degree of
does not dry out but continues to penetrate over a long time
in sealed containers away from excessive heat or frost. Stir if necessary
HEALTH & SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Harmful by skin contact and if swallowed. Irritating to eyes and skin Ensure adequate ventilation when applying Wear suitable protective clothing namely – synthetic rubber/pvc gloves and face protection when handling Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work When using do not eat, smoke or drink Cover water storage tanks before application Do not apply to surfaces on which food is prepared and cover all foodstuffs before application Children and pets should be kept away from treated areas for 48 hours Dangerous to fish. Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with chemical or used containers. Do not use on beehives or beekeeping equipment. Avoid direct contact with plant life. Keep in original container tightly closed in a safe place out of reach of children Dispose of material and its container in a safe way COSHH Regulations should be adhered to where applicable HSE No 4075.
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