A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is designed to provide both workers and emergency personnel with the proper procedures for handling or working with a particular substance. The Safety Data Sheet, sometimes called OSHA Form 209, must be prepared and furnished by every manufacturer of a product used today in the USA.

This sheet has several portions which describe the product, its hazardous components (if any), boiling point, flammability, reactivity, how to handle, how to dispose, how to store, conditions to avoid, protective clothing and many other important characteristics pertaining to the safe use of the product.

Below are links to manufacturer’s sites providing U.S. Safety Data Sheets for their products.

Acetylene
Air Products
Böhler
Dynaflux
ESAB
Harris Products Group

Lincoln Electric

Markal
Miller Electric
3M
Tillman
United Abrasives, Inc.
Victor
Washington Alloys
Weldcote metals
Weldmark