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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

 

LEAD, Pb

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GENERAL

 

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COMPANY'S NAME: Huizhou TianYi Rare Material Co.,Ltd

 

COMPANY'S TEL #:    0086-752-2021182

 

COMPANY'S Address:   12K of Shiji, Shijixingtian Bldg, YanDa Road, Huizhou China      

 

DATE MSDS PREPARED: 03/05/06

 

DATE MSDS REVISED:          02/12/13

 

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1. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

 

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PRODUCT NAME:      LEAD

 

SYNONYM:   LEAD METAL

 

CHEMICAL NATURE: METALLIC ELEMENT

 

FORMULA:   Pb

 

MOLECULAR WEIGHT:     207.20

 

CAS #:   7439-92-1

 

 

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2. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

 

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BOILING POINT 760mmHg:     17400C

 

MELTING POINT:       327.5oC

 

SPECIFIC GRAVITY:  11.3437 at 16oC

 

VAPOR DENSITY:       N/A

 

VAPOR PRESSURE:   1 mm at 973 oC

 

% VOLATILES:    N/A

 

SOLUBILITY IN H2O: INSOLUBLE

 

APPEARANCE AND ODOR:     SILVER-BLUE, WHITE PIECES AND SHOTS, NO ODOR

 

 

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3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

 

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HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS %          

LEAD:    0-100% 

OSHA/PEL:   05mg (Pb)/m3     

ACGIH/TLV:  15 mg (Pb)/m3    

OTHER LIMITS:  AL 30 ug/m3

SEC. 302      NO 

SEC. 304      YES      

SEC. 313      YES      

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION:     T TOXIC      

       Xn HARMFUL     

       N DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

RISK PHRASES:  R61 MAY CAUSE HARM TO THE UNBORN CHILD   

       R 62-20/22 POSSIBLE RISK OF IMPAIRED FERTILITY.   

       HARMFUL BY INHALATION AND IF SWALLOED

       R 50/53 VERY TOXIC TO THE AQUATIC ORGANISMS, MAY 

       CAUSE LONG-TERM ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THE AQUATIC 

       ENVIRONMENT. 

HMIS RATINGS (0-4):       R 33 DANGER OF CUMULATIVE EFFECTS

             

HEALTH:       2    

FLAMMABILITY:  0    

REACTIVITY:       0    

 

 

HMIS PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: F: GLASSES, GLOVES, APRON, DUST MASK.

 

 

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4. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

 

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FLASH POINT (METHOD USED):   N/A

AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE:   N/A

FLAMMABLE LIMITS:             

LOWER:       N/A

UPPER: N/A

FLAMMABILITY:  NON-FLAMMABLE    

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:  USE SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA FOR   

SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING SURROUNDING MATERIALS AND TYPE OF FIRE.  

             

PROCEDURES:   FIREFIGHTERS MUST WEAR FULL FACE, SELF-CONTAINED    

       BREATHING APPARATUS WITH FULL PROTECTIVE      

       CLOTHING TO PREVENT CONTACT WITH SKIN AND EYES.

       FUMES FROM FIRE ARE HAZARDOUS. ISOLATE RUNOFF  

UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION       TO PREVENT ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. 

             

HAZARD:      WHEN HEATED TO DECOMPOSITION, LEAD MAY EMIT      

       TOXIC FUMES OF LEAD OXIDE.  

 

 

 

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5. HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION

 

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EFFECTS OF OVER EXPOSURE:  SOME LEAD COMPOUNDS ARE EXPERIMENTAL    

             

       NEOPLASTIGENS AND TUMORIGENS. LEAD POISONING IS      

       ONE OF THE COMMONEST OF OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES.      

       THE LEAD MUST BE IN SUCH FORM, AND SO DISTRIBUTED,    

       AS TO GAIN ENTRANCE INTO THE BODY OR TISSUES OF 

       THE WORKER IN MEASURABLE QUANTITY, OTHERWISE   

       NO EXPOSURE CAN BE SAID TO EXIST. SOME LEAD   

       COMPOUNDS ARE CARCINOGENS OF THE LUNGS AND     

       KIDNEYS. LEAD IS A CUMULATIVE POISON. INCREASING   

       AMOUNTS BUILD UP IN THE BODY AND EVENTUALLY 

       REACH A POINT WHERE SYMPTOMS AND DISABILITY 

       OCCUR. CHRONIC EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO   

       NERVOUS, URINARY, BLOOD-FORMING AND  

ACUTE EFFECTS:     REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS.  

       LEAD AND LEAD COMPOUNDS MAY CAUSE ABDOMINAL    

             

       PAIN, DIARRHEA, LOSS OF APPETITE, METALLIC TASTE,   

       NAUSEA, VOMITING, LASSITUDE, INSOMNIA, MUSCLE

       WEAKNESS, JOIN AND MUSCLE PAIN, IRRIBILITY, 

       HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS. RED BLOOD CELLS MAY BE   

       DAMAGED RESULTING IN ANEMIA. GASTRITIS AND     

       INFURY TO THE KEDNEYS, LIVER, MALE GONADS, AND    

       CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM MAY ALSO OCCUR. 

INHALATION:      MAY CAUSE IRRITATION TO THE UPPER RESPIRATORY    

       SYSTEM, INSOMNIA, DRYNESS OF THE MOUTH AND A      

       METALLIC TASTE.    

INGESTION: MAY CAUSE CONSTIPATION AND ABDOMINAL PAIN,     

       COLIC, TREMORS, NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIARRHEA,    

       METALLIC TASTE, LOSS OF APPETITE, IRRITABILITY AND 

       MUSCLE PAIN. MAY CAUSE ACUTE LEAD TOXICITY.     

SKIN:     MAY CAUSE IRRITATION.

EYE:      MAY CAUSE IRRITATION.

CHRONIC EFFECTS:       

INHALATION:      MAY CAUSE CHRONIC LEAD TOXICITY. MAY BE TOXIC TO 

       THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM  

       AFFECTING THE CEREBELLUM, SPINAL CORD, MOTOR    

       AND SENSORY NERVES.

 

 

INGESTION: MAY CAUSE ANEMIA, GINGIVAL LEAD LINE, PARALYSIS      

       IN THE WRIST AND PERMANENT NEUROLOGICAL INJURY.

       MAY CAUSE CHRONIC LEAD TOXICITY. MAY CAUSE    

       NEPHRITIS, SCARRING AND SHRINKING OF THE KIDNEY  

       TISSUE.

SKIN:     NO CHRONIC HEALTH EFFECTS RECORDED.

EYE:      NO CHRONIC HEALTH EFFECTS RECORDED.

ROUTES OF ENTRY: INHALATION, INGESTION.     

TARGET ORGANS:    MAY AFFECT THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT, CENTRAL 

       NERVOUS SYSTEM, KIDNEYS, BLOOD, SKIN AND THE 

MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY   GINGIVAL TISSUE.    

             

AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:      PRE-EXISTING KIDNEY, CNS AND CIRCULATORY  

NTP:      DISORDERS.      

CARCINOGENICITY:  NO 

IARC:     NO 

OSHA:   YES      

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6. STABILITY      

 

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STABILITY:   STABLE UNDER ORDINARY CONDITIONS OF USE AND

       STORAGE   

CONDITION TO AVOID:    POWDERED METAL IN CONTACT WITH HEAT 

INCOMPATIBILITY           

(MATERIAL TO AVOID):    STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE,      

HAZARDOUS      SODIUM ACETYLIDE AND NITRIC ACID AND RUBBER   

             

DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:     FUMES OF LEAD OXIDE 

HAZARDOUS            

POLYMERIZATION:    WILL NOT OCCUR.   

 

 

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7. EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:

 

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INHALATION:      REMOVE VICTIM TO FRESH AIR; KEEP WARM AND QUIET;

 

GIVE OXYGEN IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT AND SEEK

 

MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

 

 

INGESTION: GIVE 1-2 GLASSES OF MILK OR WATER AND INDUCE

 

VOMITING; SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

 

NEVER INDUCE VOMITING OR GIVE ANYTHING BY

 

MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON.

 

SKIN:     REMOVE ANY CONTAMINATED CLOTHING, BRUSH

 

MATERIAL OFF OF SKIN, WASH AFFECTED AREA WITH

 

MILD SOAP AND WATER; SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IF

 

SYMPTOMS PERSIST.

 

EYES:    FLUSH EYES WITH LUKEWARM WATER, LIFTING UPPER

 

AND LOWER EYELIDS, FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES. SEEK

 

MEDICAL ATTENTION IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST.

 

 

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8. HANDLING AND STORAGE

 

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HANDLING AND STORAGE     STORE IN A TIGHTLY SEALED CONTAINER IN A COOL,

 

DRY, WELL-VENTILATED AREA. WASH THOROUGHLY

 

AFTER HANDLING.

 

 

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9. SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

 

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STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN

 

CASE MATERIAL IS

 

RELEASED OR SPILLED: WEAR APPROPRIATE AND PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

 

SPECIFIED IN SECTION VIII. ISOLATE SPILL AREA AND

 

PROVIDE VENTILATION. VACUUM UP SPILL USING A HIGH

 

EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE ABSOLUTE (HEPA) AIR FILTE

 

AND PLACE IN A CLOSED CONTAINER FOR PROPER

 

DISPOSAL. TAKE CARE NOT TO RAISE DUST

 

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

 

(SPECIFY TYPE):       FILTER - DUST, FUME, MIST. WHEN WORKING WITH

 

POWDER USE A NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED RESPIRATOR.

 

VENTILATION:    USE LOCAL EXHAUST TO CONTROL DUST AND MAINTAIN

 

CONCENTRATION AT OR BELOW THE TLV, PEL.

 

MECHANICAL EXHAUST IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

 

PROTECTIVE GLOVES:    RUBBER GLOVES.

 

EYE PROTECTION:   SAFETY GLASSES

 

OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:     PROTECTIVE GEAR SUITABLE TO PREVENT

 

CONTAMINATION.

 

 

WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD:  IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL

 

 

REGULATIONS.

 

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10. TOXICITY DATA

 

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THE COMPONENTS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE LISTED ON THE TSCA INVENTORY INVESTIGATED AS A TUMORIGEN, MUTAGEN, REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTOR

 

 

LD50/LC50:  N/A

EPIDEMIOLOGY: THERE ARE SEVERAL REPORTS THAT CERTAIN LEAD

       COMPOUNDS ADMINISTERED TO ANIMALS IN HIGH DOSES

       ARE CARCINOGENIC, PRIMARILY PRODUCING RENAL

       TUMORS. SALTS DEMONSTRATING CARCINOGENICITY IN

       ANIMALS ARE USUALLY SOLUBLE SALTS.

       EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES HAVE NOT SHOWN A

       RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEAD EXPOSURE AND THE

       INCIDENCE OF CANCER IN LEAD WORKERS. HOWEVER, ONE

       STUDY OF LEAD-EXPOSED WORKERS DEMONSTRATED A

       STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT ELEVATION IN THE

       STANDARDIZED MORTALITY RATIO FOR GASTRIC AND

       LUNG CANCER IN BATTERY PLANT WORKERS ONLY..

TERATOGENICITY:    YES       .

REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS:    YES.     

NEUROTOXICITY:      YES.     

MUTAGENICITY: YES.     

CARCINOGENICITY:  EPA / IRIS CLASSIFICATION: GROUP B2 - PROBABLE HUMAN

       CARCINOGEN, SUFFICIENT ANIMAL EVIDENCE

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE THE ACUTE AND

       CHRONIC TOXICITY OF THIS SUBSTANCE IS NOT FULLY

       KNOWN.      

 

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11. TRANSPORTATION DATA

 

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UN NUMBER:      3077

 

HAZARD CLASS: 9

 

 

ADR//RID CLASS:       9 (M7) MISCELLANEOUS DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES AND

 

ARTICLES

 

IMDG CLASS:      9

 

ICAO/IATA CLASS:     9

 

PAGING GROUP:       III

 

PROPER SHIPPING NAME:     ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, SOLID,

 

N.O.S.

 

 

 

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12. OTHER INFORMATION

 

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THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET SHOULD BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH TECHNICAL SHEETS. IT DOES NOT REPLACE THEM. THE INFORMATION GIVEN IS BASED ON OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THIS PRODUCT, AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION. IT IS GIVEN IN GOOD FAITH. THE ATTENTION OF THE USER IS DRAWN TO THE POSSIBLE RISKS INCURRED BY USING THE PRODUCT FOR ANY OTHER

 

 

 

 

PURPOSE OTHER THAN THAT FOR WHICH IT WAS INTENDED. THIS DOES NOT IN ANY WAY EXCUSE THE USER FROM KNOWING AND APPLYING ALL THE REGULATIONS GOVERNING HIS ACTIVITY. IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER TO TAKE ALL PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED IN HANDLING THE PRODUCT. THE AIM OF THE MANDATORY REGULATIONS MENTIONED IS TO HELP THE USER TO FULFILL HIS OBLIGATIONS REGARDING THE USE OF HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS.