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Lincoln Electric Welding Consumables 2AC2 manual

Brand: Lincoln Electric, product: Lincoln Electric Welding Consumables 2AC2

Type: Welding Consumables

Total pages: 2, PDF manual size: 0.07 Mb


CAN-CW800-C
11/15/06
Date: MSDS No.:
Blue Max Flux Cored Stainless Electrodes
Trade Name:
Sizes: All
1/5/04
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 Weldin
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Consumables and Related Products
Conforms to Work
p
lace Hazardous Materials Information S
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stem
(
WHMIS
)
Rev. November, 1988
Section I & II - Preparation and Product Information
Flux Cored Electrode
Product Type:
Blue Max FC-308L, FC-309L, FC316L,
Products:
FCP 309L, FCP316L
The Lincoln Electric Company of Canada LP
179 Wicksteed Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4G 2B9 CANADA
Prepared by The Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Phone: (416) 421-2600
(216) 481-8100, on the date shown above.
Section III - Hazardous Ingredients (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 VII; 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 Ingredients” should be interpreted as a term required and defined in the Hazardous Products Act and does not
necessarily imply the existence of any hazard.
Ingredients: CAS No. Wt. %
TLV
mg/m
3
LD
50
(Route/Species)
LC
mg/m
3
50
(Route/Species)
2.16 mg/kg LDLo
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Chromium and chromium alloys or compounds (as Cr) 7440-47-3 5-10 0.5(b)
Not Available
Iron 7439-89-6 5-10 10*
Not Available Not Available
50 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
a
v
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n
ous/
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Nickel (metal) 7440-02-0 1-5 1.5
Not Available
Titanium dioxides (as Ti) 13463-67-7 1-5 10
Not Available Not Available
Zirconium alloys and compounds (as Zr) 12004-83-0 1-5 5
Not Available Not Available
114 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
ape
ri
to
n
ea
l
/
r
at)
Molybdenum alloys (as Mo) 7439-98-7 1-5 10
Not Available
9 g/kg
(o
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a
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/
r
at)
2.3 LCLo
inh
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h
m
n
Manganese and/or manganese alloys and compounds (as Mn) 7439-96-5 1-5 0.2
1153 mg/kg
(o
r
a
l
/
r
at)
Silicates and other binders 1344-09-8 1-5 10*
Not Available
Quartz 14808-60-7 0.1-1 #0.05**
200 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
at
r
ac
h
ea
l
/
r
at)
300 LCLo
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)
Aluminum and/or aluminum alloys (as Al) 7429-90-5 0.1-1 10
Not Available Not Available
4250 mg/kg
(o
r
a
l
/
r
at)
Fluorides (as F) 7789-75-5 0.1-1 2.5
Not Available
Complex compounds 66402-68-4 0.1-1 ***
Not Available Not Available
114 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
a
m
uscu
l
a
r
/
r
at)
Titanium and/or titanium alloys (as Ti) 12719-90-3 0.1-1 10*
Not Available
Silicon and/or silicon alloys and compounds (as Si) 7440-21-3 0.1-1 10*
Not Available Not Available
1870 mg/kg
(o
r
a
l
/
r
at)
Alkali carbonates 584-08-7 0.1-1 10*
Not Available
Stainless steel tube
60-100
Nominal tube composition:
Chromium 7440-47-3 19 0.5(b)
2.16 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
a
v
e
n
ous/
r
at)tu
m
o
ri
ge
ni
c
Not Available
Nickel 7440-02-0 10 1.5
50 mg/kg LDLo
(
in
t
r
a
v
e
n
ous/
m
ouse)
Not Available
Manganese 7439-96-5 1.5 0.2
2.3 LCLo
inh
l
i
n
h
m
n
9 g/kg
(o
r
a
l
/
r
at)
Iron 7439-89-6 bal. 10*
Not Available Not Available
(LDLo, LCLo) Lowest published toxic concentration. Notes: (*) Not listed. Nuisance value maximum 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
(**) As respirable dust. milligrams) per cubic meter. The TLV for water soluble
chromium (VI) is 0.05 milligrams per cubic meter and the
(***) These compounds contain oxides of Si, K. The lowest TLV is 5 for
those metals and oxides having a TLV listing and 10 milligrams
per cubic meter for those not listed.
TLV for insoluble chromium (VI) is 0.01 milligrams per
cubic meter.
(#) Crystalline silica (quartz) is on the IARC (International
Agency for Research on Cancer) and NTP (National
Toxicology Program) lists as posing a carcinogenic risk to
humans.
Section IV - Physical Data
Physical data such as odor, vapor pressure, density, evaporation rate and freezing or boiling points are not listed as they are not applicable to
this product and its use.
Section V - Hazard Data
Non Flammable; Welding arc and sparks can ignite combustibles and flammable products. See CSA W117.2 Section 9.7 as referenced in
Section VIII. Product is inert, no special handling or spill procedures required.
Rev 11/06b (CONTINUED ON SIDE TWO)

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