www.specialmetals.comMaterialSafetyDataSheetIssue No.: SMC-11.07 Date: November 1, 20071.1 PRODUCT INFORMATION:This MSDS covers the following SpecialMetalsCorporation alloy families and individual products identified as:INCONEL®, INCOLOY®, INCOCLAD®, MONEL®, UDIMET®, UDIMAR®, NILO®, NILOMAG®, NIMONIC®, NIMOLOY®, NI-SPAN-C®,BRIGHTRAY®, KOTHERM® & NIOTHERM® alloys; FERRY® alloy, Nitinol, Nickel, DEPOLARIZED® & DURVANIC® nickel, Electroformednickel foil, Cupro 107; Miscellaneous designations, Mixed nickel alloy revert.These are corrosion or heat resisting alloys, or alloys with special physical properties, which are primarily used in process, industrial,aerospace, automotive, marine, electrical or electronic equipment. Alloys not described in this document may be proprietary; contact one ofthe SMC locations below for more information.1.2 COMPANY INFORMATIONThe products are supplied by the main manufacturing companies in the SpecialMetalsCorporation Group and/or their subsidiaries*:USAEUROPESpecialMetalsCorporationSpecialMetals Wiggin Ltd.3200 Riverside Drive Holmer RoadHuntington, WV, USA 25705Hereford, HR4 9SL, UKEMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: +1(304) 526-5780 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: +44 (0)1432 382200GENERAL INFORMATION: +1 (304) 526-5100 GENERAL INFORMATION: +44 (0)1432 382200Fax: +44 (0)1432 264030SpecialMetalsCorporation4317 Middle Settlement RoadNew Hartford, NY, USA 13413-5392EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: +1 (315) 798-2900GENERAL INFORMATION: +1 (315) 798-2900This document does not cover Welding Products.For Welding Products MSDS, contact:SpecialMetals Welding Products Company1401 Burris RoadNewton, NC, USA 28658Tel: +1 (828) 465-0352www.specialmetalswelding.com*For a full list of subsidiary companies, please refer to our website www.specialmetals.com or call +1 (304) 526-5100 or toll-free in the USA+1 (800) 334-4626.2. COMPONENT INFORMATION:The compositions of individual products in the alloy families or categories listed under 1.1 are given in the product composition tables inAPPENDIX 1. Please refer to the appropriate alloy name or designation.3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION:Description of hazards:As shipped, these complex alloys in massive form have no known toxicological properties other than causing allergic reactions in individualssensitive to the metals contained in the alloys. Nickel, Cobalt, and some forms of Chromium are known skin sensitizers. Nickel and Cobaltalso are classified as suspected carcinogens (EU Category 3). Absent specific test data for the alloy, mixtures (including alloys) that containmore than 1% of a substance are classified in the same manner as that substance.Hazardous fume or dust emissions may be released during remelting, grinding, cutting, or welding. In addition to Nickel and Cobalt,Hexavalent Chromium (a known human inhalation carcinogen - EU Category 2) may be generated during processing activities. If airborneemissions are excessive, inhalation may affect worker health. Further information is given in Section 8 - Exposure Controls / PersonalProtection.In addition, individual products in the above alloy families may contain one or more of the following ingredients, which may be consideredhazardous under the legislation indicated:USA: SARA SECTION 313 SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION: Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.