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    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

    COPPER POWDER, SPHERICAL

    C.A.S. Number: 7440-50-8SECTION 1 – PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATIONPRODUCT/MATERIAL: CU-110/112/115

    MANUFACTURER/DISTRIBUTOR:Atlantic Equipment EngineersADDRESS:13 Foster Street, P.O. Box 181

    Bergenfield, NJ 07621

    TELEPHONE/FAX NUMBERS:(201) 384-5606 / (201) 387-0291EMERGENCY CONTACT: CHEMTREC(800) 424-9300

    (703) 527-3887(Outside the U.S.A.)SYNONYMS:COPPER POWDER

    SECTION 2 – INGREDIENTS

    Threshold Limit Value

    Material or componentCAS NumberPercent %OSHA PEL3Copper7440-50-81001 mg/m dust30.1 mg/m fumeChemicals listed as carcinogen or possible carcinogen:

     YESNO

     NTPX

     IARCX

     OSHAX Section 313 information – see Page 3Section 313

    information - see Page 4SECTION 3 – CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

    Boiling Point: 2567ºC

    Melting point:1083ºC

    Solubility in water:None

    % volatile (vol.):N.A.

    Specific gravity (water = 1):N.A.

    Vapor pressure (mmHg): N.A.

    Evaporation rate:N.A.

    pH:N.A.

    Appearance and odor: Reddish color and odorless. Other: N.A.

    Information presented herein is believed to be accurate and reliable but is not intended to meet any specification and does not implyany guarantee or warranty by Atlantic Equipment Engineers. For more information and assistance, please call (201) 384-5606.

    Atlantic Equipment Engineers, 13 Foster Street, P.O. Box 181, Bergenfield, NJ 07621 •Page 1

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

    CU-110/112/115

    SECTION 4 – FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS

    Flash point (method): N.A.

    Ignition temp:Cloud: 700?C

    Layer:N.A.

    Minimum Explosive Concentration:N.A.

    Extinguishing media:Class D extinguisher, dry sand or other inert extinguishing material.

    Special fire fighting procedures: Gently cover the burning mass with sand or inert material and allow to cool.Unusual fire & explosion hazards: Copper powder with a particle size range of less than 74 microns is classified as

    weakly explosive by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, Report RI-6516. When present

    as a dust cloud will not explode readily in air and is not easily ignited by sparks.SECTION 5 – ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTS / ROUTES OF ENTRY

    Inhalation: Can cause sneezing, nausea, weakness, metal fume fever with flu like symptoms.Skin contact: Can cause irritation and dermatitis.

    Eye contact: Can cause irritation.

    Ingestion: Can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, metal fume fever with flu like symptoms.Supplemental information: Chronic affects, see Page 3.

    SECTION 6 – FIRST AID PROCEDURES

    Inhalation:Remove from exposure.

    Skin contact: Wash affected skin with soap and water. Consult a physician.

    Eye contact: Flush eyes with water at least 15 minutes. Consult a physician.

    Ingestion:Consult a physician immediately.

    SECTION 7 – REACTIVITY

    Product corrosive:Stability:Hazardous polymerization:

    YesNo XUnstableStable XMay occurWill not occur X

    Conditions and materials to avoid: Strong acids, bromates, chlorates, iodates.

    Hazardous decomposition products: Nitrogen oxide if reacted with nitric acid.

    SECTION 8 – SPILLS, LEAKS, HANDLING & STORAGE

    Spill & leak procedures: Wear protective clothing, goggles and a NIOSH approved respirator. Sprinkle

    moderately with damp sand and collect for disposal avoiding dust clouds as much as

    possible.

    Waste disposal method: Put in a closed container for disposal.(Disposer must comply with Federal, state or local waste disposal laws)Handling and storage methods: Store in a cool, dry place avoiding contact with heat and acids. Avoid creating dust

    clouds.

    Information presented herein is believed to be accurate and reliable but is not intended to meet any specification and does not implyany guarantee or warranty by Atlantic Equipment Engineers. For more information and assistance, please call (201) 384-5606.

    Atlantic Equipment Engineers, 13 Foster Street, P.O. Box 181, Bergenfield, NJ 07621 •Page 2

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

    CU-110/112/115

    SECTION 9 – SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

    Ventilation requirements: Local exhaust, minimum face velocity of 60 f.p.m.

    Respiratory protection:Use NIOSH/MSHA approved respirators.

    Use supplied air respiratory protection in confined or enclosed spaces if

    needed.

    Protective clothing: Use chemical resistant gloves and apron to avoid prolonged or repeated skin

    contact.

    Additional protective measures: Goggles. Wash after use and before eating/drinking.

    SECTION 10 – OTHER INFORMATION:

    ACUTE HEALTH HAZARDS:Overexposure to fume, dusts and mists may result in sneezing, nausea,

    weakness. Acute over-exposure will result in “metal fume fever” with flu like

    symptoms lasting 24 to 48 hours.

    CHRONIC AFFECTS:Anemia, “Lead Line” on gums, possible nervous system damage, atrophic

    changes in mucous membranes.

    PRE-EXISTING MEDICAL

     CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED:Pre-existing respiratory, kidney disease, Wilson's disease.TRANSPORTATION:DOT: Shipment by motor vehicle, rail car or aircraft not regulated when

    transported in non-bulk packages (less than 880 pounds).

    Bulk shipment – RQ. Environmentally Hazardous Substance.

    Solid (copper powder), 9, UN3077, III marine pollutant.

    IMDG: Shipment by vessels: marine pollutant – use description:

    Environmentally Hazardous Substance, Solid, N.O.S. (copper metal powder),

    Class 9, UN3077, P.G. 111, marine pollutant.

    SECTION 313 SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION:This product contains the following toxic chemicals subject to the reporting

    requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-

    To-Know Act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372:

    CAS #Chemical NamePercent Weight

    7440-50-8Copper100

    Although the information and recommendations set forth herein (hereinafter “Information”) are presented in good faith and

    believed to be correct as of the date hereof, Atlantic Equipment Engineers makes no representations as to the completeness or

    accuracy thereof. Information is supplied upon the condition that the persons receiving same will make their own determination as

    to its suitability for their purposes prior to use. In no event will Atlantic Equipment Engineers be responsible for damages of any

    nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon Information.

    NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, THAT THE PRODUCTS TO WHICH THE INFORMATION REFERS MAY BE USED WITHOUT INFRINGING THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF OTHERS, OR OF ANY OTHER NATURE ARE MADE HEREUNDER WITH RESPECT TO INFORMATION OR THE PRODUCT TO WHICH INFORMATION REFERS. IN NO CASE SHALL THE INFORMATION BE CONSIDERED A PART OF OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE.

    Issued: 5/08

    Reviewed: 04/09

    Information presented herein is believed to be accurate and reliable but is not intended to meet any specification and does not implyany guarantee or warranty by Atlantic Equipment Engineers. For more information and assistance, please call (201) 384-5606.

    Atlantic Equipment Engineers, 13 Foster Street, P.O. Box 181, Bergenfield, NJ 07621 •Page 3

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