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REDWOOD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
MSDS No: 002004.001 Issue Date: June 4,2002 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
Product Name: CARTRIDGES FOR POWER DEVICES
Chemical Name: Mixture---Metal Alloy
Synonyms: Rimfire Cartridge for power devices, 22, 25, 27 Carliber
Power tool Round, Power Load, Powder Load, Booster Formula: Not applicable---mixture
COMPANY ADDRESS REDWOOD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
NO. 36, XINSI ROAD, NEW AREA, CHANGZHOU CITY, JIANGSU PROVINCE, CHINA, CODE: 213031 Tel: 0086-519-85153506 Fax: 0086-519-85153505 Email: redwood_nilli@hotmail.com 2. COMPOSITION/ INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Components % By Weight CAS #(USA)
Copper 50-65 7440-50-8 Zinc 15-32 7440-66-6 Nitrocellulose 6-14 9004-70-0 Nitroglycerin 0.5-2 55-63-0 Dibutyl phthalate 0.5-2 84-74-2 Lead Styphnate 0.1-1 15245-44-0 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
CAUTION: EXPLOSIVE, KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT. DO NOT SUBJECT TO
MECHANICAL SHOCK. PARTICALES FROM FIRING MAY BE
HARMFUL IF INHALED. DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY.
HAZARD RATINGS ( for dust or fume) Degree of hazard ( 0=low, 4=extreme) HMIS Heath:0 Flammability:0 Physical Hazard:
HUMAN THRESHOLD RESPONSE DATA Odor Threshold: Unknown
Irritation Threshold: Unknown
IDLH Value: The IDLH for this product is not known. The IDLH for dibutyl
phthalate is 4000mg/m³. The IDLH for copper and lead is 100mg/m³. The IDLH for nitroglycerin is 75 mg/m³. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS This product is composed of a finished metal alloy cartridge which contains the various components completely sealed within. Therefore, under normal handling of this product, no exposure to any harmful materials will occur. When the product is fired, a small amount of particles may be generated which may be slightly irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract. The particles may contain trace amounts of these harmful substances. Copper: Inhalation of high concentrations of metallic dusts or fumes may cause nasal
irritation and/or nausea, vomiting and stomach pain. Nitroglycerin: Will produce dilation of blood vessels and drop in blood pressure which may
affect the heart. It has also been shown to cause methemoglobinemia(cyanosis). Lead: Ingestion of large amount of lead can cause abdominal pain, constipation,
Cramps, nausea and/ or vomiting. Chronic exposure to lead can cause kidney damage, anemia, reproductive effects, developmental effects and permanent nervous system damage in humans including changes in cognitive function. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE There are no medical conditions known to be aggravated by exposure to this product in its solid form. Exposure to lead can aggravate anemia, cardiovascular and respiratory disease. POTENIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS: Product has not been tested for environmental properties. Lead has been shown to be toxic to aquatic species. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES
EYE CONTACT: Immediately flush out fume or particles with large amounts of water for at
least 15 minutes, occasionally lifting the upper and lower eyelids. If eye irritation develops, call a physician at once. SKIN CONTACT: Wash skin with plenty of soap and water.
INHALATION: If symptoms of lung irritation occur (coughing, wheezing or breathing
difficulty), remove from exposure area to fresh air immediately. If breathing has stopped, perform artificial respiration. Keep affected person warm and at rest. Get medical attention. INGESTION: If ingested, immediately call a physician.
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
PROPERTY: VALUE PROPERTY: VALUE Explosive Yes Flammable Not applicable Combustible Not applicable Pyrophoric No Flash Point Not applicable Burning Rate of Material Not applicable Lower Explosive Limit Not applicable Autoignition Temp No data Upper Explosive Limit Not applicable Flammability Classification Explosive UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS: If fire reaches cargo, do not fight. Evacuate all person, including emergency responders from the area for 0.5 km in all directions. EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Flood area with water. If the fire reaches the cargo, withdraw and left fire burn. SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES: In case of fire, use normal fire fighting equipment. Protection concerns must also address the potential of the physical characteristic of this product as explosive. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
FOR ALL TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENTS, CALL LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
DEPARTMENT.
Spills of this material should be handles carefully. Do not subject materials to mechanical shock. A spill of this material will normally not require emergency response team capabilities. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING: No special requirements
STORAGE: No special requirements
Shelf Life Limitations: Not known Incompatible Materials for Packaging: Not known Incompatible Materials for Storage or Transport: Acids, Class A & B explosives, strong oxidizers, and caustics. CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Mechanical impact or shock and electrical
discharge. Cartridges placed in a high frequency energy field( radar stations). 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
CHEMICAL NAME ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL Copper 0.2mg/m³(fume),1mg/ m³(dust and mists) 0.1mg/m³(fume),1mg/ m³(dust and mists) Zinc None established None established Nitrocellulose None established None established Nitroglycerin 0.05ppm(0.46mg/ m³) Skin Ceiling—0.2ppm(2mg/ m³) Skin Dibutyl phthalate 5 mg/ m³ 5 mg/ m³ Lead Styphnate None established None established ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Local exhaust ventilation is recommended if significant dusting occurs or fumes are generated. Otherwise, use general exhaust ventilation. Use explosion-proof ventilation. Use hearing EYE/FACE PROTECTION: Use safety glasses. SKIN PROTECTION: Not normally needed. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Respiratory protection not normally needed. GENERAL HYGIENE: Do not eat, drink, or smoke while using this product. Wash hands thoroughly after use. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
PROPERTY: VALUE PROPERTY: VALUE Appearance: Cylindrical brass cartridge Vapor Density(air=1): Not applicable Odor: None Boiling Point: Not applicable Molecular Weight: Not applicable-Mixture Melting Point: Not applicable Physical State: Solid Specific Gravity(g/cc): Not applicable pH: Not applicable Bulk Density: Not applicable Vapor Pressure(mm Hg): Not applicable Viscosity(cps): Not applicable Solubility in Water(20ºC): Insoluble Decomposition Temp: Not applicable Volatiles, Percent by volume: Not applicable Octanol/water partition coefficient: Not applicable 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
STABILITY: Stable under normal temperatures and pressure MATERIALS TO AVOID: Acids, Class A & B explosives, strong oxidizers, HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, lead oxides, carbon dioxide, lead dust/fume HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur OTHER Cartridge may detonate if case is punctured or severely damaged 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
POTENTIAL EXPOSURE ROUTES: The physical nature of this product makes absorption from any route unlikely. A small amount of inhalable particles may be created when projectile is fired. ACUTE ANIMAL TOXICITY DATA: For Product For components Nitroglycerin Nitrocellulose Styphnate phthalate Not applicable for >5 g/kg (rat) Not applicable for 375mg/kg(rabbit, >20ml/kg Not applicable for Inhalation product. Particles No data slightly toxic. Not a skin or eye SUBCHRONIC/ CHRONIC TOXICITY: Lead has caused blood, kidney and nervous system damage in laboratory animals. CARCINOGENICITY: The IARC lists lead as possibly carcinogenic to humans. MUTAGENICITY: This product is not known or reported to be mutagenic. Lead has been shown to be mutagenic in several in vitro REPRODUCTIVE, TERATOGENICITY, This product is not known or reported to cause OR DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTS: reproductive or developmental effects. Lead has been shown to affect fetal development including birth defects and reduce male reproductive function in laboratory animals. Dibutyl phthalate has cause reproductive and developmental effects in animal NEUROLOGICAL EFFECTS: This product is not known or reported to cause neurological effects. Lead has caused peripheral and central nervous system damage and behavioral effects in laboratory animals. INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER CHEMICALS WHICH ENHANCE TOXICITY: Not known or reported 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ECOTOXICITY: No data is available on this product. Individual constituents are as follows: Copper: The toxicity of copper to aquatic organisms varies significantly not only with the species, but also with the physical and chemical characteristics of the water, such as its temperature, hardness, turbidity and carbon dioxide content. Copper concentration varying from 0.1 to 1.0mg/l have been found by various investigators to be not toxic for most fish. However, concentrations of 0.015 to 3.0mg/l have been reported as toxic, particularly in soft water to many kinds of fish, crustacea, mollusks, insects, and plankton. Nitrocellulose: LC50>1000mg/l (fish, invertebrates, algae) Nitroglycerin: Bluegill, 96 hour LC50=1.228mg/l(static) Lead: LC50(48 hours) to bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) is reported to be 2-5 mg/l. Lead is toxic to waterfowl. Zinc: The following concentrations of zinc have been reported as lethal to fish: Rainbow trout fingerlings: 0.13mg/l, 12-24 hours Bluegill sunfish: 6 hours TLM= 1.9-3.6mg/l(soft water,30ºC) Rainbow trout : 4 mg/l (hard water) 3 days Sticklebacks: 1mg/l (soft water) 24 hours The presence of copper appears to have a synergistic effect on the toxicity of zinc towards fish. MOBILITY: Dissolved lead from degraded bullets may migrate through soil. PERSISTANCE/DEGRADABILITY: Not biodegradable. Bullets may fragment and decompose in soil leading to accumulation of lead. BIOACCUMULATION: No data. 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION
Care must be taken to prevent environment contamination from the use of this material. The user of this material has the responsibility to dispose of unused material, residues and containers in compliance with all relevant local ,province and state laws and regulations regarding treatment, storage and disposal for hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
PROPER SHIPPING NAME: Powder Loads HAZARD CLASS: 1.4S PACKING GROUP: II REPORTABLE QUANTITY: Not applicable SPECIAL COMMENTS: LAND_ ORM-D Reclassification AIR- 25kgs per package passenger aircraft 100kgs per package cargo aircraft


15. LIST OF ACRONYMS
HMIS Hazardous Materials Identification System
IDLH Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health
IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer
LC Lethal Concentration
LD Lethal Dose
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
ORM Other Regulated Materials
PEL Permissible Exposure Limit
STEL Short-Term Exposure Limit
TLV Threshold Limit Values
For additional information, please contact:
REDWOOD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
NO. 36, XINSI ROAD, NEW AREA, CHANGZHOU CITY, JIANGSU PROVINCE, CHINA, CODE: 213031 Tel: 0086-519-85153506 Fax: 0086-519-85153505 Email: redwood_nilli@hotmail.com THE INFORMATION IN THIS MSDS SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO ALL WHO WILL
USE, HANDLE, STORE, TRANSPORT, OR OTHERWISE BE EXPOSURED TO THIS
PRODUCT. THIS INFORMATION HAS BEEN PREPARED FOR THE GUIDANCE OF
PLANT ENGINEERING, OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT AND FOR PERSONS
WORKING WITH OR HANDLING THIS PRODUCT. WE BELIEVE THIS
INFORMATION TO BE RELIABLE AND CURRENT AS OF THE DATE OF
PUBLICATION, BUT MAKES NO WARRANTY THAT IT IS.
REDWOOD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.

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