Copper Oxide Safety Data Sheet

Update:19-11-2020
Summary:

  Hazards of copper oxide: You must pay attention to pr […]

  Hazards of copper oxide: You must pay attention to protection when using a copper oxide, because once inhaling a large amount of copper oxide smoke can cause metal fumes fever, chills, increased body temperature, and respiratory tract irritation. Once inadvertently long-term contact, gastrointestinal symptoms may also appear as respiratory tract and conjunctival irritation, bleeding points or ulcers on the nasal mucosa, and even perforation of the nasal septum and dermatitis. It has been reported that long-term inhalation can still cause lung fibrous tissue hyperplasia.

  Once you accidentally come into contact with copper oxide, you should immediately remove the contaminated clothing and rinse with running water; lift the eyelids, rinse with running water or saline, and seek medical attention; if you accidentally inhale it, stay away from the scene and go to a place with fresh air first.

  Leakage emergency treatment: Isolate the leaked contaminated area and restrict access. It is recommended that emergency response personnel wears dust masks and protective clothing to avoid dust, sweep up carefully, and put copper oxide in a bag, and transfer to a safe place. If there is a large amount of leakage, cover it with plastic sheeting or canvas, collect and recycle or transport it to a waste disposal site for disposal.

  Handling and storage: airtight operation, local exhaust. Operators must undergo special copper oxide training and strictly abide by the regulations. It is recommended that operators wear self-priming filter equation masks, chemical safety glasses, protective clothing for poison penetration, and rubber gloves. Avoid generating dust, avoid contact with reducing agents, and alkali metals. Load and unload from care during transportation to prevent package damage. Equipped with leakage emergency treatment equipment, emptied containers may leave residues.

  Store in a cool, ventilated warehouse, away from fire and heat sources, and should be stored separately from reducing agents, alkali metals, and edible chemicals, and avoid mixed storage. Should be equipped with leakage material storage.

  Transportation: The packaging must be