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Information on biocides and insecticides



Attention the content of this page is only given as information. to have official and up-to-date information, you will need to visit the site ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition or that of INRS



Introduction to biocides

The list includes 4 groups and 23 types of biocide products:

  1. Group 1 (p. 1-5): Disinfectants and general biocides
  2. Group 2 (p. 6-13): Protection products (protection of wood, detergent conservants,)
  3. Group 3 (p. 14-19): Pest control products (repellants, insecticides)
  4. Group 4 (p. 20-23): Other biocide products (food protection, embalming, etc.) )


Tp list (product type)

  • TP1 : biocide products for human hygiene
  • TP2 disinfectants used in the private and public health sector and other biocide products
  • TP3 : biocide products for veterinary hygiene
  • TP4 : disinfectants for surfaces in contact with food and animal food
  • TP5 : disinfectants for drinking water
  • TP6 : protection products used inside containers
  • TP7 : protective products for pellicles
  • TP8 : wood protection products
  • TP9 : fiber, leather, rubber and polymerized materials
  • TP10 : products for the protection of masonry works
  • TP11 liquid protection products used in cooling and processing systems
  • TP12 : anti-moisis products
  • TP13 : fluid protection products used in metal processing
  • TP14 rodenticides
  • TP15 : avicides
  • TP16 molluscicides
  • TP17 piscicides
  • TP18 insecticides, acaricides and products used to combat other arthropods
  • TP19 : repulsive and bait
  • TP20 : food or animal food protection products
  • TP21 : anti-fouling products
  • TP22 : fluids used for embalming and taxidermy
  • TP23 : fight against other vertebrates


Insecticide TP18

TP18-insecticide products killing:

  • Aedes aegypti (moustic)
  • Aedes albopictus (moustic)
  • Assex sp. (moustic)
  • mites (e.g. house: dermatophagoides pteronyssinus) except ticks and Augustats and gale agents
  • augustats excluding drug use
  • gale agents excluding drug use
  • ticks out of use medicine
  • anopheles (spegular anophelics)
  • spiders (arachnid class)
  • blankets (coppers)
  • cloports (crustaceans)
  • ants (e.g. black pharaoh)
  • the guèpes and frelons
  • lepidoptera = butterflies (including mites)
  • food mites
  • the mites of clothing
  • the flies
  • non-use medicine chips
  • bed bugs
  • scorpions and pseudo-scorpions (arachnide class)
  • the taons
  • lice out of use medicine
  • the thousand legs and other myriapods
  • other mosquitoes
  • termites not applied on wood


Appat and repulsive tp19

Repulsive to:

  • cats
  • dogs
  • rabbits
  • the snakes

Repulsive/appear to combat:

  • Aedes aegypti (moustic)
  • Aedes albopictus (moustic)
  • Assex sp. (moustic)
  • mites (e.g. house: dermatophagoides pteronyssinus) except ticks and Augustats and gale agents
  • anopheles (spegular anophelics)
  • augustats excluding drug use
  • spiders (arachnid class)
  • cloports (crustaceans)
  • ants (e.g. black pharaoh)
  • the guèpes
  • lepidoptera = butterflies (including mites)
  • food mites
  • the mites of clothing
  • the flies
  • non-use medicine chips
  • bed bugs
  • scorpions and pseudo-scorpions (arachnide class)
  • ticks out of use medicine
  • the thousand legs and other myriapods
  • other mosquitoes
  • sups excluding phytopharmaceutical products
  • the lice


List of insecticides TP18

The list of insecticides currently authorized for sale includes 56 references including 13 classified as phytosanitary (products used to protect or treat plants)
In the most common non-phytosanitary insecticides:

  • Piperonyl butoxide (phrases r: 50/53)
  • Dichlorvos (phrases r: 24/25, 26, 43, 50)
  • Hydrogen cyanide (phrases r: 12, 26, 50/53)
  • Geraniol
  • Octanoic acid (phrases r: 34)
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Sodium dimethylarsinate (phrases r: 23/25, 50/53)
  • Naled (phrases r: 21/22, 36/38, 50)
  • Diazinon (phrases r: 22, 50/53)
  • Decanoic acid (phrases r: 36/37/38)
  • Cyanamide (phrases r: 21, 25, 36/38, 43)
  • d-trans-tetramethrin (phrases r: 12, 50/53)
  • Silicon dioxide, amorph
  • Tetramethrin (phrases r: 50/53)
  • Pyrethrins and pyrethroids (phrases r: 20/21/22, 50/53)
  • Trimagnesium diphosphure (phrases r: 15/29, 28, 50)
  • Aluminum phosphure (phrases r: 15/29, 28, 32, 50)
  • Bendiocarbe (phrases r: 21, 23/25, 50/53)
  • Prallethrin (phrases r: 22, 23 50/53)
  • Diflubenzuron (phrases r: 50/53)
  • Azamethiphos (phrases r: 22, 36)
  • Cyphenothrin (phrases r: 22, 50/53)
  • Cypermethrin (phrases r: 20/22, 37, 50/53)
  • Permethrin (phrases r: 20/22, 43, 50/53)
  • Deltamethrin (phrases r: 23/25, 50/53)
  • Empenthrin (phrases r: 20/21/22, 50/53)
  • Cyfluthrin (phrases r: 26/28, 50/53)
  • Margosa, extracts
  • Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium, extracts
  • Hexaflumuron (phrases r: 50/53)
  • Transfluthrin (phrases r: 38, 50/53)
  • Lambda cyhalothrine (phrases r: 21, 25, 26, 50/53)
  • Flufenoxuron (phrase r: 50/53)
  • Imiprothrin (phrases r: 22, 50)
  • Fipronil (phrases r: 23/24/25, 48/25, 50/53)
  • Thiamethoxame (phrases r: 22, 50/53)


List of baitsAnd repulsive tp19

The list of currently authorized baits and repulsives for sale includes 16 references

  • Geraniol
  • Non-anoid acid
  • Undecane-2-one
  • Carbon dioxide
  • N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide
  • Lauric acid
  • Decanoic acid
  • Pyrethrins and pyrethroids
  • cis-tricos-9-ene
  • Acetate (Z,E)-tetradéca-9,12-diényle
  • Citriodiol
  • N-acetyl-N-butyl-ß-alaninate ethyl
  • Margosa, extracts
  • Lavender, lavandula hybrida, extracts
  • Methyl neodecanamide
  • Icaridine


List of risk phrases

Risk phrases in this document. you will find all the sentences on wikipedia for example

  • R12: extremely flammable
  • R21 : nocif by contact with the skin
  • R22: nocif in case of ingestion.
  • R23: toxic by inhalation.
  • R25: toxic in case of ingestion.
  • R26: very toxic by inhalation
  • R28: very toxic in case of ingestion.
  • R32 : in contact with an acid, releases a very toxic gas
  • R34: causes burns.
  • R36: eye irritant
  • R37: Respiratory irritant
  • R38: skin irritation
  • R43: may lead to awareness by contact with the skin.
  • R50: very toxic to aquatic organisms
  • R15/29: in contact with water, releases toxic and extremely flammable gases.
  • R20/22: nocif by inhalation and ingestion.
  • R20/21/22: nocif by inhalation, contact with skin and ingestion.
  • R21/22: harmful by contact with skin and ingestion
  • R23/25: toxic by inhalation and ingestion.
  • R23/24/25: toxic by inhalation, contact with skin and ingestion.
  • R24/25: toxic by contact with skin and ingestion
  • R26/28: very toxic by inhalation and ingestion.
  • R36/38: eye and skin irritation
  • R36/37/38: eye irritant, respiratory tract and skin.
  • R48/25: toxic: risk of serious health effects in the event of prolonged exposure by ingestion.
  • R50/53: very toxic to aquatic organisms, can cause long-term adverse effects for 'aquatic environment.