There are a number of safety precautions that should be taken when making bronze castings in a manufacturing facility. Read on to find out what these precautions are.
Minimise the inhalation of potentially harmful particles
Bronze is a copper alloy; as such, whilst copper serves as the main component of virtually all bronze products, they may also contain other metals, such as manganese, aluminium and tin.
When a bronze casting is being sculpted, cut or engraved with powerful machinery in a manufacturing facility, there is a risk that some of the other metal particles within the casting may become airborne.
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