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Chem Lab - Copper MSDS

Chem Lab - Copper MSDS

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Copper
Product Name:
 
Copper and Copper Base alloys for tubular products.
 
Chemical Family:
 
Copper and Copper Alloys
 
Use of Product:
 
Article Fabrication
 
Product includes the following CDA Alloys:
 102 110 122 230 260 268 272 330 332 335 353 752
 
Physical Data
 
Melting Poing:
 
1500 - 2100° F
 
Specific Gravity:
 
7.5 - 9.0 g/cc
 
Boiling Point:
 
N/A
 
Vapor Pressure:
 
N/A
 
Chemical Composition
 
Alloys may contain any or all of the following constituents listed below:
 
TWA
 
CAS
 
RANGE
 
8 HOUR
 
Copper
 
7440-50-8
 
45-100
 
1 mg/M3 dust - 0.1 mg/M3 fume
 
Zinc
 
7440-66-6
 
0-43
 
5 mg/M3 oxide
 
Iron
 
7439-89-6
 
0-6
 
10 mg/M3
 
Lead
 
7439-92-1
 
0-5.5
 
.05 mg/M3
 
Manganese
 
7439-96-5
 
0-5
 
1 mg/M3
 
Nickel
 
7440-02-0
 
0-33
 
1 mg/M3
 
Phosphorus
 
7723-14-0
 
0-0.5
 
0.1 mg/M3
 
Tin
 
7440-31-5
 
0-11
 
10 mg/M3
 
Eye Contact:
 
Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical help if required.
 
Spill Procedures:
 
Product is a non-hazardous solid. No special precautions are required for spills of bulk material. Scrap metal can be reclaimed for reuse. Follow Federal, State and localregulations regarding disposal.
 
Special Protection Information:
 
Typically no special protection is required during use of the product beyond that required for the process operation being employed. Where dust or fume levels aregreater than those specified in Section II, NIOSH approved respiratory protection shouldbe used.
 
Special Precautions and Comments:
 
Wet material should never be charged into a molten bath. Eye protection should be usedwhen cutting, grinding, machining or buffing product. Eye protection should also be used

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