Home Businesses Ceramics BeO4 Lasers Welcome to the Beryllium Oxide Information Page. Whether you are an Engineer, Product Manager or Operations professional, we have a variety of documents and resources you will find to be instructive and interesting. • Technical Information • Regulations Related to Beryllium Oxide (RoHS, REACH, WEEE etc.) • Health & Safety Information • Interactive Guide To Working Safely with Beryllium (for manufacturers) • General Information Websites (Includes Resources for Teachers) Technical Information A variety of technical information on beryllium oxide ceramic Matrix presenting physical, mechanical and electrical properties of our beryllium oxide and aluminum oxide ceramic grades. Datasheet for BW3250 beryllium oxide material with a thermal conductivity of 325 W/mK. Beryllium Oxide Design Guide. Ceramics thermal management solutions guide. Regulations Related to Beryllium Oxide FAQ311 REACH regulations in the EU and EEA do not impact the use of beryllium oxide. FAQ211 Beryllium oxide is not restricted by RoHS, and other regulations, nor JIG developed by the CEA, DIGITALEUROPE and the JGPSSI. Health & Safety Information Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for beryllium oxide ceramic. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for metalized beryllium oxide ceramic. FAQ201 Information regarding beryllium and cancer, including studies conducted as recently as 2009. FAQ309 Information regarding skin contact with beryllium oxide. FAQ208 Information regarding beryllium and Chronic Beryllium Disease (CBD). Interactive Guide To Working Safely with Beryllium (for manufacturers) Materion beryllium oxide is delivered as prefabricated components, which eliminates or greatly reduces the safety precautions required. This interactive Website provides employers and employees with guidance to working safely with beryllium and beryllium-containing materials. A CDROM version can also be requested at the Website. General Information Websites Explore the history and uses of beryllium in a variety of applications. Includes resources for teachers preparing lessons on metals in general and beryllium in particular. The Beryllium Science and Technology Association (BeST) website. Based in Brussels, BeST is a non-profit organization representing the suppliers of beryllium in the EU market. Includes a large library of articles and studies relating to Health and Safety.