TATUNG WIRE AND CABLE (Thailand) CO., LTD.

700/50, 52, 54 MOO6 T.NONGMAIDANG, A.MUANG. CHONBURI 20000 THAILAND TEL :( 66) -38-743411 FAX :( 66)-38-743412

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Ver.00/2009 Product Name: Magnet copper wire, including multiple varnish type (see insulation glossary on Page 3) Chemical Family: Metal Chemical Formula: N/A

HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS Ingredient Copper (Cu)
Cresol Xylene

CAS No. 7440-50-8
108-39-4,106-44-5 01330-20-7

Copper constitutes 99.90-99.99 % of total product weight. Organic coatings constitute 3-35% of total product weight

PHYSICAL DATA Boiling Point: 2595°C % Volatile: NA Specific Gravity: 8.0 Vapor Pressure: NA Evaporation Rate: NA Melting Temperature: 1083°C Vapor Density: NA Solubility in H20: Insoluble

Appearance & Odor: Solid with no odor to very mild cresol odor. Color varies with type of coating. Basic colors are red, green, brown and amber. Special colors are also produced.

FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA Flash Point: N/A Fire or Explosion Hazard HMIS Rating: 1

Note: Copper magnet wire presents minimal explosion or fire hazard, however toxic fumes may be evolved when subject to high heat as from a surrounding fire. Use extinguishing media suitable for the surrounding fire. Fire fighters should use self-contained breathing apparatus if necessary.

HEALTH HAZARD DATA Health Hazard HMIS Rating: 3, based on exposure to fumes from combustion products during soldering, hot staking or otherwise burning the insulation. Copper magnet wire is not hazardous as shipped. When burned, soldered or hot staked, magnet wire coatings may release hazardous decomposition QA Dept. Page 1/3

state and federal regulations. copper is moderately irritating to the stomach and intestinal lining. Emergency First Aid: If fumes or dust are inhaled. transportation and disposal procedures. Decomposition products may include isocyanates such as toluene diisocyanate (TDI). throat and respiratory system. RCRA Hazardous Waste Number: Not regulated. packaging. which may require specific labeling. Decomposition of urethanes and coatings rated at 155ºC and lower will begin at 230ºC. Acute exposure to copper fumes can cause metal fume fever and irritation of the respiratory tract. In solid form magnet wire poses no special clean up problems. LTD. stable material. Hazardous Decomposition Product: When subjected to temperatures exceeding 200° C. Page 2/3 . burning or mechanically stripping insulation coatings may cause irritation to the eyes. REACTIVITY DATA HMIS Reactivity Rating: 0. nose. January 2001). QA Dept. CHONBURI 20000 THAILAND TEL :( 66) -38-743411 FAX :( 66)-38-743412 products that can cause eye and/or respiratory irritation. LEAK. If ingested.NONGMAIDANG. If this is not practical.MUANG. Hazardous polymerization will not occur. 54 MOO6 T..TATUNG WIRE AND CABLE (Thailand) CO. clean up should be conducted to minimize airborne powder and dust and to avoid contamination of air and water. move the individual to fresh air immediately and seek medical attention. Use with adequate exhaust to maintain isocyanate exposure below the OSHA ceiling limit of 20 ppb and below 5 ppb as a ten hour time weighted average. 52. toxic fumes may be evolved from insulation coatings. SPILL. If material is in powder or dust form. The National Toxicology Program has listed TDI as reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen (9th Report. it must be disposed of in accordance with local. 700/50. Health Hazards: Excessive exposure to dust or fumes from soldering. A. DISPOSAL PROCEDURES Scrap copper magnet wire has reclamation value. EC RoHS DIRECTIVE COMPLIANCE Copper magnet wire complies with Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.

A.O. particularly during machining. damage or injury of any kind which may arise out of the use or reliance on the information by any person. Gloves and other protective equipment may be required during handling operations as appropriate to the circumstances of exposure SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS No special precautions are required for normal handling of magnet wire. CHONBURI 20000 THAILAND TEL :( 66) -38-743411 FAX :( 66)-38-743412 SPECIAL PROTECTION Wear safety glasses when risk of eye injury is present. etc. 54 MOO6 T. INSULATION GLOSSARY Name Polyvinyl formal Polyurethane Polyurethane Polyurethane Nylon Solderable Polyesterimide Polyester Polyester Armored Polyester NEMA Temperature Class 105 C 130 C 155 / 180 C 155 / 180 C 180 C 155 C 200 / 180 C 200 C Description Polyvinyl Formal Polyurethane Modified Polyuretha Modified Polyurethane with Polyamide overcoat Polyesterimide Polyester Modified Polyester Modified Polyester or Polyesterimide with AmideImide overcoat Date of Preparation: 1 January 2009 QA Dept. Avoid storing magnet wire near materials that are reactive with copper. however Tatung wire and cable (Thailand) co. LTD.NONGMAIDANG.T. 52. powder handling. grinding. Shipping Name: Not regulated Hazard Class: NA Tatung Wire and cable (Thailand) co...TATUNG WIRE AND CABLE (Thailand) CO. PACKAGING & LABELING REQUIREMENTS D. Page 3/3 .MUANG. welding. Ltd has attempted to provide current and accurate information in this data sheet. Ltd makes no representations regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information and assumes no liability for any loss.. 700/50.