SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Trade Names and Synonyms
Chemical Names and Synonyms
Lead based Alloy
SECTION I I - INGREDIENTS
470 mg/kg (mouse)
SECTION I I I - PHYSICAL DATA
Boiling Point ( deg C )
Vapour Pressure ( mm Hg )
1 mm at 973 deg C
Vapour Density ( Air=1 )
(by volume )
Solubility in Water
Silver Grey Metal
( Ether = 1 )
Melting Point ( deg C )
NP - Not Pertinent:
U - Unknown:
Class / Division:
SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Flash Point ( deg C ) and Method
Flammable Limits in Air ( Vol % )
Means of Extinction:
Class D - Dry Chemical, or Dry Sand
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
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SECTION V - HEALTH HAZARD AND FIRST AID DATA
EFFECTS: May cause headache, nausea, abdominal pains,
muscle/joint pain, kidney disjunction, wrist-drop.
FIRST AID: Give water or milk. If conscious, induce vomiting.
Report suspect cases to a physician for blood testing.
EFFECTS: Molten lead could splash into eye.
FIRST AID: Flush with cool water for 15 minutes and seek
immediate medical aid.
EFFECTS: May cause local irritation.
FIRST AID: Remove contaminated clothing and wash affected
area with soap and water.
See "Ingestion", CNS damage (results in fatigue,
tremors, tremors, hallucinations, convulsions,
delirium), weight loss, sleep disturbance.
Effects of Acute
See " Ingestion Effects " and " Inhalation Effects ".
Effects of Chronic
Possible anemia, central nervous system and kidney
IARC ( Yes )