MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET. Beryllium Oxide Sintered Ceramic. AssistanceProduct Name: BERLOX®. Common Name & Synonyms: Beryllia. Chemical. Page 2/7. Safety Data Sheet acc. to OSHA HCS. Printing date 02/26/ Reviewed on 02/26/ Product Name: µg/mL Beryllium. SAFETY DATA SHEET. 1. Identification. Copper Beryllium Wrought Alloy. Product identifier. Other means of identification. Beryllium Copper.
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