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Lincoln Electric Welding Consumables 248PG manual

Brand: Lincoln Electric, product: Lincoln Electric Welding Consumables 248PG

Type: Welding Consumables

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US-M1745-LS
Date:
11/5/06
MSDS No.:
Blue Max Jungo Zeron 100X
Trade Name:
Sizes: All
2/1/04
Supersedes:
M A T E R I A L S A F E T Y D A T A S H E E T
For Welding Consumables and Related Products
Conforms to Hazard Communication Standard 29CFR 1910.1200 Rev. October 1988
SECTION I - IDENTIFICATION
Product Type:
Covered Electrode
Manufacturer/
The Lincoln Electric Company
Supplier:
22801 St. Clair Avenue
Classification:
---
Cleveland, OH 44117-1199
(216) 481-8100
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS MATERIAL (1)
I M P O R T A N T !
This section covers the materials from which this product is manufactured. The fumes and gases produced during welding with the normal
use of this product are covered by Section V; see it for industrial hygiene information.
CAS Number shown is representative for the ingredients listed. All ingredients listed may not be present in all sizes.
(1) The term “hazardous” in “Hazardous Materials” should be interpreted as a term required and defined in the Hazards Communication
Standard and does not necessarily imply the existence of any hazard. All materials are listed on the TSCA inventory.
PEL
TLV
Ingredients: CAS No. Wt.%
mg/m
3
mg/m
3
Limestone and/or calcium carbonate 1317-65-3 10 10 15
Fluorides
(
as F
)
7789-75-5 10 2.5 2.5
Silicates and other binders 1344-09-8 < 5 10* 10*
Chromium and chromium allo
y
s or com
p
ounds
(
as Cr
)
***** 7440-47-3 < 5 0.5
(
b
)
1.0
(
b
)
Mineral silicates 1332-58-7 < 5 5** 5**
Titanium dioxides
(
as Ti
)
***** 13463-67-7 < 5 10 15
Iron oxides
(
as Fe
)
65996-74-9 1 5 10
Iron 7439-89-6 0.5 10* 10*
Man
g
anese and/or man
g
anese allo
y
s and com
p
ounds
(
as Mn
)
***** 7439-96-5 0.5 0.2 1.0
(
c
)
Nickel
(
metal
)
***** 7440-02-0 < 0.5 1.5 1
Silicon and/or silicon allo
s and com
ounds
as Si
7440-21-3 < 0.5 10* 10*
Tun
g
sten allo
y
s and com
p
ounds
(
as W
)
7440-33-7 < 0.5 5 5
Co
pp
er and/or co
pp
er allo
y
s
(
as Cu
)
7440-50-8 < 0.5 0.2
(
a
)
0.1
(
a
)
Mol
y
bdenum allo
y
s
(
as Mo
)
7439-98-7 < 0.5 10 10
Titanium and/or titanium allo
y
s
(
as Ti
)
12719-90-3 < 0.5 10* 10*
Aluminum and/or aluminum allo
y
s
(
as Al
)
***** 7429-90-5 < 0.5 10 15
Stainless steel core wire
65
Nominal core wire com
p
osition
Chromium***** 7440-47-3 25.2 0.5
(
b
)
1.0
(
b
)
Nickel***** 7440-02-0 9.2 1.5 1
Mol
y
bdenum 7439-98-7 3.6 10 10
Man
g
anese***** 7439-96-5 .75 0.2 1.0
(
c
)
Co
pp
er ***** 7440-50-8 .6 0.2
(
a
)
0.1
(
a
)
Tun
g
sten 7440-33-7 .6 5 5
Iron 7439-89-6 bal. 10* 10*
Supplemental Information: (*) Not listed. Nuisance value maximum
is 10 milligrams per cubic meter. PEL value for iron oxide is 10 milligrams per
cubic meter. TLV value for iron oxide is 5 milligrams per cubic meter.
(b) The OSHA PEL for chromium (VI) is 5 micrograms
(0.005 milligrams) per cubic meter. The TLV for water
soluble chromium (VI) is 0.05 milligrams per cubic meter
and the TLV for insoluble chromium (VI) is 0.01
(**) As respirable dust.
milligrams per cubic meter.
(*****) Subject to the reporting requirements of Sections 311, 312, and 313 of
the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986
and of 40CFR 370 and 372.
(c) Values are for manganese fume. STEL (Short Term
Exposure Limit) is 3.0 milligrams per cubic meter.
Values are those proposed by OSHA in 1989. Present
PEL is 5.0 milligrams per cubic meter (ceiling value).
(a) Values are for copper fume.
SECTION III - HAZARD DATA
Non Flammable; Welding arc and sparks can ignite combustibles and flammable products. See Z49.1 referenced in Section VI.
Product is inert, no special handling or spill procedures required. Not regulated by DOT.
Rev 11/06b (CONTINUED ON SIDE TWO)

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