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RB-50 Cup Assembly Specifications

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RB-50 Cup Assembly Specifications

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  1. RB-50 Cup Assembly Specifications Part Number – 62003 Overall Diameter OD – 2.030” Overall Height T – 0.313” Cup Hole Diameter ID - 0.188” Magnet Hole Diameter MD – 0.866” Net Weight – 0.156 lb Coating – Chrome plated Working Temperature – 0°F - 176°F Max. Break Off – 35 lb tested at a ½” thick, clean ground mild steel plate. RoHS – In Compliance

  2. SAFETY DATA SHEET SECTION 1 - IDENTIFICATION Product Name: Ceramic (Ferrite) Magnet Chemical Name: Strontium Iron Oxide, SrFe2O3 SECTION 2 – HAZARD IDENTIFICATION HMIS Rating [0 (Low or none); 1 (Slight); 2 (Moderate); 3 (Serious); 4 (Severe)]: Health: 1; Flammability: 1; Instability: 0; Special Hazards: None

  3. SECTION 3 – COMPOSITION ON INGREDIENTS

  4. SECTION 4 – FIRST-AID MEASURES Respiratory Protection: Use NIOSH approved respirator when TLV is exceeded. Eye Protection: Use safety glasses or goggles when handling magnets. Skin Protection: Protective gloves are recommended when handling magnetized part or parts which may have sharp edges. Ventilation: Use wet machining/grinding processes and adequate local ventilation to keep dust levels to minimum. Work / Hygienic Practices: Use personal protection equipment when required. Use good personal hygiene practices. Keep magnetized parts away from mechanical/electrical instruments which may be damaged by high magnetic fields.

  5. SECTION 5 – FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES FLAMMABLE LIMITS: Material is not flammable Flash Point: N/A Lower Flammability Limit (LFL): N/A Upper Flammability Limit (UFL): N/A Extinguishing Media: N/A Special Fire Fighting Procedures: None. Material is not a fire hazard. Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazard(s): Material will not ignite or explode

  6. SECTION 6 – ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Spill Procedure: Sweep up dust and store in water slurry or sealed containers utilizing inert atmosphere such as argon or nitrogen to prevent spontaneous combustion.

  7. SECTION 7 – HANDLING AND STORAGE WARNING - CERAMIC MAGNETS ARE EXTREMELY POWERFUL! They have very strong magnetic forces which make them attract to other magnets and other ferromagnetic materials such as iron or steel. HANDLE WITH EXTREME CAUTION! Material is brittle and may chip if not handled with care.

  8. SECTION 8 – EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Health Hazards (Acute & Chronic): No Known health hazards. Not listed as carcinogen or potential carcinogen. Emergency and First Aid Procedures: Primary route of entry: Inhalation of generated airborne dusts. Any long-term exposure to dusts exceeding recommended TLV levels may result in irritation to upper respiratory tract. Skin: Brush off powders and wash well with soap and water. Eyes: Dust in eyes may cause irritation. Flush with running water for 15 minutes. Use good personal hygiene. Avoid ingestion of dusts by not eating, drinking or smoking in the areas where dusts are generated.

  9. SECTION 9 – PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Boiling Point: N/A Vapor Pressure: (mm Hg.) N/A Vapor Density: (air = 1) N/A Specific Gravity: (water = 1) 4.9-5.1 Melting Point: Above 1315oC (2400oF) Evaporation Rate: N/A Odor: No odor Solubility in Water: Not soluble Appearance: Metallic dark gray pH: Neutral

  10. SECTION 10 – STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Stability: Stable, no known incompatibilities Conditions to Avoid: Avoid exposure of powdered magnet material to air, oxygen or halogenated hydrocarbons, and to elevated temperatures above 150oC. Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Fine powders are incompatible with air, oxygen, halogentated hydrocarbons and strong oxidizers. Fine powders or dusts generated by dry grinding or machining may lead to explosive hazard. Control dust levels by applying wet machining process, local exhaust ventilation and good housekeeping.

  11. SECTION 11 – TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION N/A SECTION 12 – ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION N/A SECTION 13 – DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal Method: Dispose in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. SECTION 14 – TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION Proper Transportation Name: Class 60, Ceramic Magnets SECTION 15 – REGULATORY INFORMATION N/A SECTION 16 – OTHER INFORMATION N/A

  12. The above information is believed to be accurate but does not implicate to be all-inclusive and shall be used only as a guide. Armstrong Magnetics, Inc. shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from handling or from contact with the above product.

  13. Lifting Magnets There are three sorts of lifting magnets technologies: permanent magnetic, electro-magnetic and electro-perpetual magnets. The permanent lifting magnets utilize safeguard, permanent magnets, however they don't have a variable holding power ability, which limits both their load limits and the assortment of utilizations they are most appropriate for.

  14. Armstrong Magnetics Address:700 Sunset Pond Lane, Suite #4 Bellingham, WA 98226 Tel : (360) 647 - 8438 Toll-Free : (800) 965 - 4968 Fax : (360) 539 -1850 E-mail : sales@armsmag.com Website : www.armsmag.com