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DGUV Information 209-090e - Activities relating to Magnesium
DGUV Information 209-090e - Activities relating to Magnesium (DGUV Information 209-090)
Titel: Activities relating to Magnesium (DGUV Information 209-090)
Normgeber: Bund
Amtliche Abkürzung: DGUV Information 209-090
Gliederungs-Nr.: [keine Angabe]
Normtyp: Satzung

Activities relating to Magnesium
(DGUV Information 209-090)

Information

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Deutsche Gesetzliche
Unfallversicherung
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Stand der Vorschrift: Juni 2020

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Contents and keywords Abschnitt
  
Introduction  
Magnesium-related hazards 1
Chips 1.1
Dust 1.2
Sludge 1.3
Molten metals 1.4
Blasting 1.5
Casting 1.6
Sand casting 1.6.1
Die casting 1.6.2
Processes and protective measures 2
Metal cutting machines: machine tools (e. g. machining centres, turning, milling, drilling and grinding machines) 2.1
Dry processing, single-part production (except for grinding machines) 2.1.1
Dry processing in serial production and grinding, brushing, polishing 2.1.2
Machining with water-miscible metalworking fluids 2.1.3
Machining with non water-miscible MWF 2.1.4
Conventional wet processing 2.1.4.1
Minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) 2.1.4.2
Machining with hand-held grinding machines 2.1.5
Molten metals 2.2
Die casting 2.3
Sand casting 2.4
Further casting processes 2.5
Blasting 2.6
Personal protective equipment/work clothes 3
Instruction 4
Fire protection and First Aid 5
Storage of magnesium chips and magnesium residues 6
Operating instructions 7
Identification of applied substances and magnesium 8
  
Checklists for instruction topics for activities relating to magnesium Annex 1
Operating instructions Annex 2
Cleaning and maintenance schedules Annex 3
Bibliography Annex 4
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Introduction

Magnesium components are mainly used in the lightweight construction, e. g. in the automotive industry. The advantages of magnesium which are characterized by its low specific density are of particular relevance in this sector. Activities relating to magnesium, however, include significant fire and explosion hazards which require the provision of adequate protective measures.

The present DGUV Information is addressed to employers who produce or machine magnesium components. It describes protective measures against fire and explosion hazards and provides guidance for the use of suitable personal protective equipment.

Furthermore, it supports employers in the required coordination with the manufacturer when purchasing machines for machining magnesium materials or magnesium alloys with a magnesium content of > 80 wt % (weight percent) (see DIN EN 12421 and EN 1753).

This brochure provides guidance which can also be taken into account by the manufacturer when placing a machine on the market in order to meet the requirements of the Machinery Directive in terms of fire and explosion protection (see MD Annex 1 No. 1.5.6 and 1.5.7). For the time being, there is no specific standard available which is applicable to machines intended for the machining of magnesium materials.

The products mentioned and shown in the present DGUV Information are merely examples. Their citation in this DGUV Information does not represent a recommendation. Other suitable products are available on the market as well.

Legal information

Published by:
Deutsche Gesetzliche
Unfallversicherung e.V. (DGUV)

Glinkastraße 40
10117 Berlin
Telefon: +49 30 13001-0 (switchboard)
Fax: +49 30 13001-9876
E-mail: info@dguv.de
Internet: www.dguv.de

Subcommittee Machinery, Robotics and Automation of Expert Committee
Woodworking and Metalworking of DGUV

The present DGUV Information is the translation of the German edition
(issued June 2018). No liability is accepted for translation errors.

DGUV Information 209-090
Obtainable from: your accident insurance institution or at
www.dguv.de/publikationen