Intra Repiderma (Canada)This page contains information on Intra Repiderma for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Intra Repiderma Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Intra Repiderma
- Direction and dosage information for Intra Repiderma
Intra RepidermaThis treatment applies to the following species:
skin protection spray
Indications for use
Has a role in maintaining healthy hooves. Repiderma keeps animals’ skin in optimal condition.
Repiderma is intended for external use only. Shake can well before use. Spray onto the surface of the skin for 3 seconds from a distance of 15 - 20 cm, so the skin is evenly colored. Repeat after 30 seconds if necessary. Recommended temperature for use: >10 °C.
Store at a temperature below 25 °C. Do not refrigerate or freeze. Protect against frost. Protect the can from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures above 50 °C. Do not store near potential sources of ignition. Do not smoke. Do not pierce / burn, even after use.
Precautions for use
Ensure the spray does not come into contact with the eyes as it may cause irritation. Clean the skin surface thoroughly before applying Repiderma. Ensure the skin surface remains dry after application. There are no known side effects. Wear suitable, impermeable gloves while using the product. Avoid inhaling the vapors. Any unused product or waste materials should be disposed of in accordance with national requirements.
Copper chelate, zinc chelate, butane/propane mix.
UN1950 Aerosols, Flammable, 2.1, Limited Quantity.
Imported by: Diamond Hoof Care Ltd.
For external use only.
Approved for organic farming
Made in The Netherlands
Intracare BV, Voltaweg 4, 5466 AZ, Veghel, The Netherlands
T: +31 (0)413 354 105
F: +31 (0)413 362 324
210 MCKECHNEY AVE., P.O BOX 111, DIAMOND CITY, AB, T0K 0T0
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