Manual 12696764

Manual 12696764
Safety Data Sheet
According to 1907/2006/EC, Article 31 REACH
Warton Metals Limited
Grove Mill,
Commerce Street, Haslingden
Lancashire BB4 5JT UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1706 218888
Fax: +44 (0) 1706 221188
Web: www.warton-metals.co.uk
Last Issue 07/2010
Revision 4.0
Revision Date 11/2012
SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking
1.1. Product Identifier
Product Name
Hydro Flux Water Wash Cored Solder Wire (Leaded)
Tin/Lead, Tin/Lead/Silver, Tin/Lead/Copper Alloys
(see table in section 9 for alloys available).
1.2. Relevant Identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
Description
Water wash solder wire for manual soldering .
1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
Company
Warton Metals Limited
Address
Grove Mill
Commerce Street
Haslingden
Lancashire
BB4 5JT
England
Web
www.warton-metals.co.uk
Telephone
01706 218888
Fax
01706 221188
Email
sales@warton-metals.co.uk
Email of competent person
sds@warton-metals.co.uk
1.4. Emergency telephone number
Emergency Telephone Number
+44(0)1706 218888 (8am-5pm Monday-Friday)
SECTION 2: Hazards Identification
Lead can be absorbed through the skin, care must be taken when handling leaded products.
2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture
Classification- EU Directive
67/548/EEC 1999/45/EC
Main Hazards
Inhalation
Fumes should not be breathed by the operator. Individuals who have previously
used a rosin based solder wire may be sensitised and may subsequently show
asthmatic symptoms when exposed to atmospheric concentrations below the
occupational exposure limits, even when using a rosin free solder wire.
Lead - Warning! Contains Lead. Danger of cumulative effects. Over exposure
signs/symptoms:- blood impairment, central nervous system depression. May cause
harm to the unborn child. Repeated or prolonged exposure to the substance can
produce reproductive system damage.
Solder alloys containing lead give off negligible lead fume at normal soldering
temperatures up to 500ºC.
Contains lead which us a cumulative poison. Long-term effects include anaemia,
fatigue, abdominal pain, anorexia, constipation or diarrhoea and reduced oxygen
carrying capacity of blood. It can also cause birth defects and other reproductive
harm.
Ingestion
May be harmful if swallowed..
Skin Contact
Molten metal may cause severe damage to the skin.
Eye Contact
Can be irritating to eyes.
Environmental
Lead in the product may leach from landfill as salts and these are potentially
hazardous to aquatic organisms.
2.2. Label Elements EU Directive 67/548/EEC 1999/45/EC
Symbols
Contains , lead
Risk Phrases
R36 Irritating to eyes
Safety Phrases
S24 – Avoid Contact with skin
S37 – Wear suitable gloves
Label Elements EC 1272/2008 (CLP)
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Classification- EC 1272/2008
Main Hazards
Symbols
Hazard Statements
Precautionary Statements
Lead – Reproductive toxicity (Category 1A)
GHS08
GHS09
Signal Word: Warning
H319: Cause serious eye irritation
H360Df: May cause damage to the unborn child. Suspected of damaging fertility.
H411: Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
P261: Avoid breathing fumes.
P280: Wear protective gloves
P285: In case of inadequate ventilation wear respiratory protection.
SECTION 3: Composition/Information on ingredients
3.1. This material is defined as a mixture
67/548/EEC/1999/45/EC
Chemical Name
CAS No
EC No.
Conc.(%
w/w)
1-100
DSD Classification
231-141-8
REACH Registration
Number
01-2119486474-28-xxxx
Tin
7440-31-5
Lead
7439-92-1
231-100-4
01-2119513221-59-xxxx
1-100
Silver
7440-22-4
231-131-3
01-2119555669-21-xxxx
<5
Repr Cat1:R61
Repr Cat3: R62
Xn: R20/22 R33
N: R50/53
Not classified
Copper
7440-50-8
231-159-6
01-2119480154-xxxx
<2
Not classified
Dicarboxylic Acid Mix
C4-6
68603-87-2
271-678-5
Not available
1-10%
Xi;R36
Not classified
For actual alloy breakdown see section 9. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
SECTION 4: First Aid Measures
4.1. Description of first aid measures
Inhalation
Inhalation of solder flux fume (at normal use temperatures) may cause respiratory
distress and inhalation of lead fume (produced at temperatures above 500ºC) can
give rise to lead poisoning. Remove at once to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest. If
breathing is irregular or if respiratory arrest occurs, provide artificial respiration or
oxygen by trained personnel. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If
unconscious place in the recovery position and get medical attention immediately.
Eye contact
Solder flux fumes may irritate eyes, Flush eyes with plenty of water. Make sure
contaminated water washes away from the face and clear upper and lower eyelids.
Continue to rinse for 10 minutes. The flux may spit during soldering. In cases where
spitting flux has entered the eye seek medical attention.
Skin contact
Wash off with soap and plenty of water. After contact with molten metal, flood the
area with cold water and get medical attention if required.
Ingestion
Rinse the mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. Never give anything by mouth
to an unconscious person. If unconscious place in the recovery position. Obtain
medical attention immediately.
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
Inhalation
Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause an allergic reaction to develop.
Prolonged or repeated exposure to the fumes emitted may cause irritation to the
respiratory system.
Eye Contact
Irritating and abrasive.
Skin Contact
May cause irritation to skin.
Ingestion
May cause irritation to sensitive individuals.
Lead
Acute exposure to lead products can cause headaches, tiredness, irritability,
constipation, nausea, stomach pains, anaemia or loss of weight. Continued
uncontrolled exposure could cause more serious symptoms such as kidney
damage, nerve and brain damage, infertility.
An unborn child is at particular risk from exposure to lead, especially in the early
weeks before a pregnancy becomes known. If you are a woman of child bearing
age, you should make sure you follow good work practices and a high standard of
personal hygiene. Severe lead toxicity has long been known to cause sterility,
abortion and neonatal mortality.
4.3 Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
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Seek medical attention if any symptoms persist
SECTION 5: Firefighting Measures
5.1. Extinguishing Media
Use extinguishing media appropriate to the surrounding fire conditions. Water spray,
dry chemical or carbon dioxide. Sand may be used for small fires.
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Inhalation of the flux fumes given off at soldering temperatures will irritate the nose
and throat. Lead is harmful if absorbed into the body and can cause birth defects
and other reproductive harm.
5.3 Advice for Fire Fighters
Do not use water jet. Wear full protective clothing and self contained breathing
apparatus operating in the positive pressure mode.
SECTION 6: Accidental Release Measures
6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Use personal protective equipment. Avoid inhalation of any fume from the hot
solder. Avoid contact with hot product and wash hands after handling and before
eating, drinking or smoking. Ensure adequate ventilation of the working area.
6.2. Environmental precautions
Do not allow product to enter drains, soil, waterways and sewers. Prevent further
spillage if safe. Ensure solder is collected in suitable containers for disposal
accordance with local and national legislation. Refer to section 13 for disposal.
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
Sweep up and shovel. Keep in suitable closed containers for disposal. Observe
personal hygiene methods.
6.4. reference to other sections
See section 2,8,13 for further information
SECTION 7: Handling and Storage
7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Ensure adequate ventilation of the working area. The fumes produced during
soldering should be extracted away from the breathing zone of the operators using
properly designed efficient, well-maintained, local exhaust ventilation. See HSG 37
and INDG 249, HSE publications for further information. Put on appropriate
protective equipment (latex gloves or similar). Wash hands with soap and warm
water after handling soldering products. Workers should wash hands before eating,
drinking or smoking. Adopt best manual handling considerations when handling,
carrying and dispensing. Persons with a history of skin sensitization problems
should not be employed in any process in which this product is used. Keep out of
reach of children.
7.2. Precautions for safe storage, including and incompatabilities
Keep in a cool, dry, well ventilated area. Store in correctly labelled containers. Keep
away from direct sunlight. Keep away from food and drink.
7.3. Specific end use(s)
Solder wire for hand soldering and automated soldering.
SECTION 8: Exposure controls/personal protection
8.1. Control parameters
8.1.1. Exposure Limit Values
Tin
2 mg/ m³ 8 hour Time Weighted Average, UK EH40
Lead
0.15mg/m³ Long Term Exposure Limits (8 hour TWA)
Silver
0.1 mg/ m³ 8 hour Time Weighted Average, UK EH40
Copper
0.2mg/m³ 8 hour Time Weighted Average, UK EH40
8.2. Exposure Controls
8.2.1 Appropriate engineering
To achieve adequate control, as required by the COSHH Regulations, extraction
controls
should be used to reduce exposure. Extraction should be properly maintained and in
good working order. Please use health and safety guidelines to choose suitable
extraction.
8.2.2. Individual protection
Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Wash hands
measures
before breaks and at the end of the work day. Wash contaminated clothing before
re-use.
Eye/face protection
Ensure that eye wash stations are close to the work area.
Skin / Hand protection
Wear protective clothing. Disposable vinyl gloves.
Use safety goggles.
Biological Standards
Acute exposure to lead products can cause headaches, tiredness, irritability,
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Environmental exposure controls
constipation, nausea, stomach pains, anaemia or loss of weight. Continued
uncontrolled exposure could cause more serious symptoms such as kidney
damage, nerve and brain damage, infertility.
An unborn child is at particular risk from exposure to lead, especially in the early
weeks before a pregnancy becomes known. If you are a woman of child bearing
age, you should make sure you follow good work practices and a high standard of
personal hygiene. Severe lead toxicity has long been known to cause sterility,
abortion and neonatal mortality.
The material possesses minimal risk to the environment.
SECTION 9: Information on basic physical and chemical properties
State
Colour
Odour
pH
Melting point
Freezing point
Boiling point
Flash point
Evaporation rate
Flammability limits
Vapour flammability
Vapour pressure
Vapour density
Relative density
Fat solubility
Partition coefficient
Autoignition temperature
Viscosity
Solubility
Solid wire
Grey
Mild
No data available
See section below for individual alloys
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
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Not available
Alloy Table- please refer to your alloy supplied
Alloy Name
Alloy Breakdown
Melting Temperature ºC
60/40
Sn60/Pb40
183-188
63/37
Sn63/Pb37
183
50/50
Sn50/Pb50
183-212
45/ 55
Sn45/Pb55
183-224
40/60
Sn40/Pb60
183-234
35/65
Sn35/Pb65
183-244
30/70
Sn30/Pb70
183-255
20/80
Sn20/Pb80
183-275
Key: Sn-Tin, Pb-Lead, Ag-Silver, Cu-Copper
Alloy Name
Alloy Breakdown
Melting Temperature ºC
15/85
LMP 62S
TLS/5
HMP 5S
Sn10Pb88Ag2
Alloy No1
Alloy No 2
Sn15/Pb85
Sn62/Pb36/Ag2
Sn5/Pb94/Ag1
Sn5/Pb93.5/Ag1.5
Sn10/Pb88/Ag2
Sn50Pb48.6/Cu1.4
Sn60Pb38.2Cu1.8
227-288
179
296-301
296-301
268-290
183-215
183-190
9.2. Other Information
Conductivity
Surface Tension
Gas group
No data available
No data available
No data available
SECTION 10: Stability and Reactivity
10.1. Reactivity
No data available on this product
10.2. Stability
10.3. Possibility of Hazardous Reactions
Solder will react with strong oxidising agents.
10.4. Conditions to avoid
None
10.5.Incompatible Materials
Strong oxidizing agents
10.6 Hazardous Decomposition Products
Under normal conditions of use, hazardous decomposition products should not be
produced.
SECTION 11: Toxicological Information
11.1. Information on toxicological effects
Inhalation
Fumes generated during use may cause sensitisation to the respiratory system and
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Ingestion
Skin Contact
Eye contact
Target Organs
Germ cell mutagenicity
Carcinogenicity
should be extracted away from the operator.
Skin contact should be avoided.
No information available.
No information available
Acute exposure to lead products can cause headaches, tiredness, irritability,
constipation, nausea, stomach pains, anaemia or loss of weight. Continued
uncontrolled exposure could cause more serious symptoms such as kidney
damage, nerve and brain damage, infertility.
An unborn child is at particular risk from exposure to lead, especially in the early
weeks before a pregnancy becomes known. If you are a woman of child bearing
age, you should make sure you follow good work practices and a high standard of
personal hygiene. Severe lead toxicity has long been known to cause sterility,
abortion and neonatal mortality.
No data available.
SECTION 12: Ecological Information
12.1. Toxicity
Rated as slightly toxic to aquatic species
12.2. Persistence and degradability
Lead
Toxicity to fish
Toxicity to daphnia and other
aquatic invertebrates
12.3. Bioaccumulative potential
Mortality LOEC Oncorhynchus mykiss (Rainbow trout) – 1.19 mg/l- 96 hours
LC50 – Micropterus dolomieui- 2.2mg/l- 96 hours
Mortality NOEC- salvelinus fontinalis- 1.7mg/l-10.0d
Mortality LOEC- Daphnia-0.17mg/l-2h hours
No data available
12.4. Mobility in soil
No data available
12.5.Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
No data available
12.6 Other adverse effects
No data available
SECTION 13: Disposal Considerations
General Information
Dispose of in compliance with all local and national regulations. Empty containers
may contain product residue. The product container must be disposed of in a safe
way.
Disposal methods
Contact a licensed waste disposal company. Avoid dispersal of spilt material and
runoff in contact with soil, waterways
Disposal and Packaging
Do NOT reuse empty containers. Empty containers can be sent for disposal and
recycling.
Further Information
For disposal with the EC, the appropriate code according to the European Waste
Catalogue (EWC) should be used.
06 04 05 Wastes containing other heavy metals. Hazardous waste.
SECTION 14: Transport Information
Hazard Pictograms
Not hazardous for transport
14.1. UN Number
14.2. UN Proper Shipping Name
14.3. Transport Hazard Class
ADR/RID
Subsidiary risk
IMDG
Subsidiary risk
IATA
Subsidiary risk
14.4. Packing Group
-
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Packing Group
-
14.5. Environmental Hazards
Environmental hazard
Marine Pollutant
No
No
ADR/RID
Hazard ID
Tunnel Category
-
IMDG
Ems Code
-
IATA
Packing Instruction (Cargo)
Maximum quantity
Packing Instruction (Passenger)
Maximum quantity
-
SECTION 15: Regulatory Information
15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture
15.2 Chemical Safety Assessment – A chemical safety assessment has not been carried out for the mixture.
Regulations
Commission regulation (EU) No 453/2010 of the 20 May 2010 amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European
Parliament and of the Council on the Regulation, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH),
establishing a European Chemicals Agency amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No
793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94. Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission Directive
91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC.
Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the council of 18 December 2006 concerning the
Regulation, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency,
amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Directive (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No
1488/94. Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC. (93/105/EC) and
2000/21/EC.
The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
The Control of Lead at Work Regulations 2002 (SI 2002 No.2676)
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (SI 2002 No.2677) as amended.
HSE Control of Lead at Work Regulations 2002- Approved Code of Practise and Guidance L132 and HSE Leaflet `Lead
and You’. INDG 305, Sep 2003.
Solder Fume and You INDG248(rev)
MDHS83 Resin acid in rosin (colophony) solder flux fume HSE Books ISBN 0 7176 1363 1
SECTION 16: Other Information
Other Information
None
Further Information
The information supplied in this Safety Data Sheet is designed only as guidance for
the safe use, storage and handling of the product. This information is correct to the
best of our knowledge and belief at the date of publication however no guarantee is
made to its accuracy. This information related only to the specific material
designated and may not be valid for such material used in combination with any
other materials or in any other process.
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