Uses: Piperonyl butoxide is a synergist to increase pesticide effectiveness It especially for synthetic pyrethroids. Its Dosage is 5-10 times of pyrethroid and this can obviously increase pyrethroid's effect 3 times. Ifformulate it with Cypermethrin, tetramethrin, permethrin, deltamethrin, cyholothrin, and fenalerate, the synergism is remarkable.
Chemical Name: 3, 4-methylenedioxy-6-propylbenzyl-n-butyl diethyleneglycolether Formula: C19H30O5 Formula Weight: 338.43 CAS No: 51-03-6
Appearance: Light yellow liquid without smell. Boiling point: 180/133.3Pa Specific gravity: 1.04-1.07 Solubility: Insoluble in water, but soluble in many organic solvents including mineral oil and dichlorodifluoro-methane. Stability: Light and ultraviolet ray stable, hydrolysis resistant, not corrosive. Toxicity: Acute oral LD50 to rats is more than 11500mg/kg. Acute oral LD50 to rats is 1880mg/kg, The long-term safe absorption amount for men is 42ppm.
Piperonyl butoxide Appearance: Almost close to colorless or light yellow liquid. Top class: Content≥ 95.0% A class: Content ≥ 93.0% Standard class: Content ≥ 90.0% Moisture ≤ 0.2% Acid degree ≤ 0.15% Test Standard: Q/ZJHG083-1998