JIG Declaration

 


 


JOINT INDUSTRY GUIDE (JIG)

Material Composition Declaration for Electrotechnical Products

JIG-101 Ed 4.1

May 21 2012

 

Metal alloy conductors supplied by Scott Precision Wire do not contain any reportable substances listed in Annex A under the guidelines, however, Nickel is present in a number of materials.  Whilst Nickel is only reportable when prolonged exposure to skin is expected, which would not normally be the case for resistance and thermocouple wires, the table below is provided for information.

 

 

Material

Nominal Nickel Proportion by weight

 

Material

Nominal Nickel Proportion by weight

 

%

 

 

%

Al1050

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

CuZn 64/36

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

AlMg05

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

CuZn 70/30

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Constantan

44

 

CuZn 80/20

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Copper

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

CuZn 90/10

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Cromaloy 1

60

 

CuZn 95/05

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Cromaloy 2

70

 

Iron

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Cromaloy 3

37

 

Kutherm 10

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Cromaloy 4

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

Kutherm 3

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

Cromaloy C

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

MnNi 2%

98

Cromaloy O

Below Threshold/Reporting level1

 

Nial

94

Cumin II

4

 

Nickel 205

>99

CuNi 70/30

30

 

Nicro

90

CuNi 80/20

20

 

Nicrosil

84

CuNi 85/15

15

 

NiFe 52/48

52

CuNi 90/10

10

 

NiFe 70/30

70

CuNi 94/06

6

 

NiFeCo 29

29

CuNi 98/02

2

 

Nisil

96

Cupronic 12

3

 

Stainless Steel

9

Cupronic 2.5

0.5

 

 

 

 

Note1    Many metals may contain trace amounts of Nickel as an impurity however these are below the threshold/reporting level of ‘Intentionally Added’.

 

 

Stephen Holt

Technical Manager

for Scott Precision Wire Ltd              1 November 2015



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