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"Consolidated List of Goods Subject to Security Export Controls"
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Theattentionofmanufacturersandexportersisdrawntothefollowingscheduleofgoodswhichreplacesthelistappearing
in
TradeandIndustry
(now
Britishbusiness),
30April1976,asamended.Thescheduledefinesgoodswhichmay
be
subjecttoexportrestrictionsforreasonsofnationalsecurity.Licensingrequirementsapplytomostdestinationsbutthesecurityimplicationsariseprincipally
in
relationtoexportstoAlbania,Bulgaria,China,Czechoslovakia,GermanDemocraticRepublic,Hungary,Mongolia,NorthKorea,Poland,Romania,theUSSRandVietnam.Forotherdestinationslicenceswill
be
morefreelyavailable,but
in
somecases,particularlyforgoods
in
theMunitionsandAtomicEnergyLists,restrictionswillstillapply.Therestrictionsdonotrepresentatotal
ban
onexportsof
all
goods
in
theschedule,eventothecountriesnamedabove.Exportlicenceswillbeallowedformanytypesofgoodsbuteachcaseisconsideredindividually.Fortheexportofgoodscoveredbythenotes
in
italicsexportlicencesshouldbeforthcorrfing
in
mostcircumstances.Applicationsforlicencestoexportgoodscoveredbyotheritems
in
theschedulewillbeconsideredonreceiptofallrequisitedetails,iefullsupportinginformation,includingaprecise
d e ~ c r i p t j o n
ofthegoodsinvolvedtogetherwithtechnicalspecification,theusetowhichtheyareto
be
put,thenameoftheimporterandtheultimateuserofthegoods.
It
shouldbeparticularlynotedthatthistypeofinformationincludingEnglishtranslationsofforeignimporters'titlesanddesignationsofendusers,whereavailable,willgreatlyassistintheexpeditiousconsiderationofanyapplicationfor
an
exportlicence.Itisalso
in
theinterestofexporterstosubmittheirapplicationsforlicences
as
far
in
advanceoftheintendeddateofshipment
as
ispracticable.
Thepurpose
of
theserestrictionsmay
be
defeated
If
thecountriesmentionedabovearesuppliedwithtechnologicalInformationrelating
to
thegoodsappearIng
In
theschedule.Greatcare,therefore,shouldbetaken
to
preventthishappen-ing-
for
example,whentechnicians
or
studentsfromtheproscribedcountriesarevisiting
or
beingtrainedatBritishfactories.Wheremanufacturers
or
exporterswishtoconcludeagreementsInvolvingthesupply
of
technology
to
any
of
thosecountries,theyshouldconsulttheDepartment
of
Trade
or
Industry(DoTCommercialRelationsandExportsDivision2
or
thesponsoringbranchfortheindustryconcerned).ThisappliesparticUlarly
to
anycasewhere
it
seemsthatthetechnologyinvolvedmightassistthemanufacture
of
goodsintheschedule.
Thescheduleispreparedforgeneralinformationandguidance.Itdoesnot,
in
thisform,haveforceoflaw,notdoesitcoverallgoodswhichmaybesubjecttoexportcontrolforotherreasons.Legalprohibition
on
exportofthegoods
in
trlislistisenforcedundertheExportofGoods(Control)Order1978asamended.Theorderalsocontrolsanumberofitemswhicharenotappropriateto,orincludedin,thislist.Arevisedorderwillbemade
as
soonasispracticabletogiveeffecttothechangesreflected
in
thislist,Additionally.manufacturersandexportersareadvisedthatthislistisnotnecessarilyexhaustiveandthatamendmentsmaybeissuedfromtimetotime.Anysuchamendmentswillalsober.eflected
in
similarchangestothestatutoryorder.GeneralinquiriesaboutthescheduleshouldbeaddressedtoCommercialRelationsandExportsDivision(CRE2),DepartmentofTrade,1VictoriaStreet,London
SW1
H
OET
(tel.01-215
5731
or3914)ortotheappropriatesponsoringbranchfortheindustry.Applicationsforexportortranshipmentlicencesshould
be
addressedtoExportLicensingBranch,DepartmentofTrade,SanctuaryBuildings,16-20GreatSmithStreet,"London
-SwfP
3DB(tel.MunitionsListitems01-2154236/7/8,AtomicEnergyListitems01-2154239/40,IndustrialListitems01-2154241/3/4)towhominquiriesshouldbemade
in
anycase
of
doubtastowhetherexportlicencesarerequired.FurthercopiesoftheschedulemaybeobtainedfromeitherExportLicensingBranchorCRE2.TheattentionofexportersisalsodrawntothefactthattheUnitedStatesmaintainsitsownlicensingrequirementsforgoodsandtechnologyofUSorigin.ThisisdistinctfromanyUKexportlicensingcontrols.GoodsofUSoriginmaybesubjecttoUSExportAdministrationRegulationsandmayrequireseparateUSre-exportlicences,whetherornotaUKexportlicenceisneededorgranted.UKexportersrequiringadviceonthissubject(ielicensableitemsorrestricteddestinations)shouldcontacttheCommercialSection,USEmbassy,24GrosvenorSquare,London
W1
A1
AE
(tel.01-4999000ext.419/435).CopiesoftheUSExportAdministrationRegulationsareavailableforreference
at
theembassy,andasummaryoftheregulationsandlicenceapplicationformsmaybeobtainedfromtheembassyorfromtheOffice
of
ExportAdministration,USDepartmentofCommerce,'Washington
DC
20230.Applicationsforre-exportlicencesmaybemadedirecttotheUSDepartmentofCommerce;alternativelyUKexportersmayprefertocontacttheirUSsupplierswhoshouldbeabletoadvisewhetheralicenceisrequiredand,ifso,whether
or
notthey
can
applyforsuchalicenceonbehalfoftheirUKprincipals.ThereareadditionallicensingrequirementsfordefenceequipmentofUSoriginadministeredbytheOfficeofMunitionsControl,
US
DepartmentofState,22ndandCStreets,
NW,
Washington
DC
20521.InquiriescanalsobemadeattheUSembassy
in
London.Anumber
of
items
in
theschedulearestillunderdiscussionanddetailswillbepublishedinduecourse.Details
of
therevisedAtomicEnergyListwillbepublishedshortly.
In
themeantimeanyinquiriesaboutexportrestrictionsonAtomicEnergygoodswhichapplyfrom1April1980shouldbeaddressed
to
DepartmentofEnergy,
AE
Division,Thames
H O ~ J s e
South,Millbank,LondonS\flt'(tel.01-2113594).
Securityexportcontrol
28
March1980
1
 
Industrial
List
GroupAMetal-workingmachinery
IL
1075Spin-formingandflow-formingmachines,doublesupportorthreerollertypes,asfollows:
aHorizontalspindletypedesignedtohave.orhavingadrivemotorof80hp(59
kW)
ormore
b
Verticalspindletypedesignedtohaveorhavingadrivemotorof50hp(37kW)ormore.
IL1080Machines
and
equipment,includingspecialisedtoolingandfixtures,speciallydesignedformakingormeasuringgasturbinebladesand/orvanes.
IL
1081Machineryforuse
in
themanufactureofaircraft,asfollows:
aMachineryspeciallydesignedfortheworkingorformingofaircraftsheet,plateorextrusionbMachineryspeciallydesignedforthemillingofaircraftskin.
Unimprovedmachinery
as
aboveoriginallyproducedmorethan
10
years
prior
totheproposedexport.
IL1086Machines
and
equipmentspeciallydesignedfor
the
manufactureofaircraftoraircraft-derivedgasturbineenginesasfollows:
aCompressororturbinediscturningmachinesbRotorgrinderscCompressororturbinediscbroachingmachines;
and
dCompressororturbinedisccomputerisedinspectionmachines.
IL
1088Gearmakingand/orfinishingmachinery,asfollows:
8
Bevelgearmakingmachinery:
1
Geargrindingmachinery(non-generatingtype)2Othermachinerycapableoftheproductionofbevelgearsofmodulefinerthan0.5
mm
(diametralpitchfinerthan48)
and
meetingaqualitystandardbetterthanDIN58405Class
6.
Explanatorynote:Ifrated
in
AGMAorAdmiraltystandardsandnotrated
in
DIN58405,AGMA
11
orAdmiraltyClassIshall
be
consideredto
be
theequivalentofDIN58405Class
6.
bMachinerycapableofproducinggears
in
excessofAGMAqualitylevel13orequivalent.Explanatorynote:Ifnotrated
in
AGMAstandards,
DI
N3693Class4shall
be
considered.equivalenttoAGMAqualitylevel13.
IL
1091Numericalcontrolsystem,asfollows:
8
Unitsfornumericallycontrollingsimultaneouslycoordinated(contouring
and
continuouspath)movementsofmachinetoolsanddimensionalinspectionmachines
in
twoormoreaxes,
except
unitshavingallofthefollowingcharacteristics:
I
Hardwired(notsoftwired,
ie
notComputerisedNumericalControl(CNC))
11
Nomorethantwocontouringinterpolatingaxes
can
be
simUltaneouslycoordinated
2Securityexportcontrol
28
March
1980
III
Minimumprogrammeincrementequaltoorgreater(coarser)than0.001
mm
Iv
Withoutinterfacetoallowdirectcomputerinput.Explanatorynotes:1'Interpolating'
in
sub-itemaii
aboveisunderstoodto
be
anymathematicalfunctionincludinglinearandcircular2Theunitsdescribed
in
sub-itemaiiabovemayhaveoneormorepositioningaxes
in
additiontotwocontouringaxes.Theunitsmayhavemorethanonesetoftwocontouringaxes(egunitscontrollingtwoindependentrailheads
on
averti
cal
turretlathe),providedaseparatefeedratenumberisrequiredforeachsetoftwocontouringaxes,andasinglefeedratenumber(standardoroptional)doesnotcontrolmorethananytwocontouringaxes.bMachinetools
and
dimensionalinspectionmachines,whichaccordingtothemanufacturer'stechnicalspecifications
canbe
equippedwithcontrolscoveredbysub-itemaabove,
except:
I
Boringmills,millingmachines,
and
machiningcentres,having
all
thefollowingcharacteristics:1Maximumslidetravel
in
anyaxisequalto
or
lessthan3000
mm
2Positioningaccuracyofanyaxisequaltoorgreaterthan
±
0.01mm
per300
mm
and0.005
mm
foreachadditional300
mm
3Spindlepowerequaltoorlessthan20
kW
4Single-workingspindle5Axialandradialaxismotionmeasured
at
thespindleaxis
in
onerevolutionofthespindleequaltoorgreaterthanDx2x10-5mm
TIR
(peak-to-peak),whereDisthespindlediameter
in
millimetres6Notmorethanthreeaxescapableofsimultaneouslycoordinatedcontouringmotionregardlessofthe
NC
unitconnectedtothemachine
iI
Machinetools(otherthanthemachinesdescribed
in
iabove)anddimensionalinspectionmachineshaving
all
ofthefollowingcharacteristics:1Positioningaccuracyofanyaxisequaltoorgreaterthan
0.01mm
per300
mm
and
0.005
mm
foreachadditional300
mm
2
Radial
axismotion
at
thespindleaxisequaltoorgreaterthan0.0008
mm
TI
R(peak-topeak)
in
onerevolutionofthespindle(forlathes
and
otherturningmachines)3Notmorethanthreeaxescapableofsimulta.neouslycoordinatedcontouringmotionregardlessofthe
NC
unitconnectedtothemachineExplanatorynotes:1Themachinesdefined
in
sub-itembi4abovemayhavemultipletoolheadsorturrets,butonlyoneworkingspindle(standardoroptional)may
be
operative
at
atime2Themachinesdefined
in
sub-itemsbi6
and
b
ii
3above
may
havemorethanoneworkstation,buteachstationshall
be
limited
to
two-axiscontouring(egverticalturretlatheswithtwoindependentrailheads).Themachinesmayhaveoneormorediscretepositioniflgmodeaxes,(egdiscretepositioningrotarytable)
in
addition'tothethreecontouringaxes.Secondarycontouringaxesparalleltoprimarycontouringaxes(egW-axisofaboringmillthat
has
aprimaryZ-axis)arenotto
be
consideredwhendeterminingthenumberofcontouringaxes.3Thevalueofthepositioningaccuracydescribed
in
sub-itemsb
i
2
and
b
ii
1abovedoesnotincludethewidthofbacklash.Thisvalueisdeterminedbytheusualstatisticalmethods(randomtests),
ie
byapproachingfromonlyonedirectionaminimumoffivemeasurementpoints
up
toamaximumof25measurementpositions
as
randomtestsalongoneaxis.Nationalstandards,
eg
theGerman
VDI
standardsno.3254,sheet
1,
and/ortheUnitedStatesNMIBAstandards,
can
be
taken
as
bindingstandardsforthismeasuringmethod.cDirectNumericalControl(DNC)stystemsconsistingofadedicatedstoredprogrammecomputeracting
as
ahostcomputerandcontrolling,on-lineoroff-line,oneormorenumericallycontrolledmachinetoolsorinspectionmachines,
as
defined
in
sub-itembabove,relatedsoftware,andinterface
and
communicationequipmentfordatatransferbetweenthehostcomputermemory,theinterpolationfunctions,andthenumerically-controlledmachinetoolsdSpeciallydesignedsub-assemblieswhich
can
upgradethecapabilitiesofnumericalcontrolunits
and
machinetools
so
thattheywouldbecomeembargoedbysub-items
a,
borcabove.
Numericalcontrolunits:
1
Incorporatedinandexportedwiththemachinetool
or
dimensionalinspectionmachineexportableundertheexceptionclause
of
subitembabove,andhavingall
of
thefollowingcharacteristics:
e
Hardwired(notsoftwired,ienotCNC)
b
Nomorethanthreecontouringinterpolatingaxescanbesimultaneouslycoordinated'Explanatorynote:
1
'Interpolating'isunderstood
to
beanymathematicalfunctionincludinglinearandcircular2Unitsmayhaveone
or
morepositioningaxesinadditiontothreecontouringaxes
c
Minimumprogrammableincrementequalto
or
greater(coarser)than0.001mm
d
Withoutinterfacetoenabledirectcomputerinput
2
Forincorporationinmachinetoolsanddimensionalinspectionmachinesproducedintheproscribedareas,providedthatsuchtools,afterbeingequippedwiththesenumericalcontrolunits,aresold
or
otherwisedisposed
of
innon-proscribedcountries.ComputerNumericalControl(CNC)unitstocivilend-usersotherthanaeorspaceprovidedthat:
e
At
thetime
of
export,theunitsareincorporatedinnon-controlledmachinetools
or
equipment
b
The
CNCunitsaredesignedtohaveall
of
thefollowingcharacteristics:
1
No
morethantwocontouringinterpolatingaxescanbesimultaneouslycoordinatedExplanatorynote:
i
'Interpolating'isunderstoodtobeanymathematicalfunctioninclUdinglinearandcircular
ii
Unitsmay
not
haveadditionalpositioning
a.l(es
2
The
cabinetshallbedesignedforonlytwoaxisoperation(iethereshallbenoadditionalcardracklocations,wiringprovisionsformorethantwoservo-/oops,
nor
physicalspaceforlateradditions
of
thesetypes
of
items)
3
Memoryislimitedtoandnotcapable
of
beingextendedbeyondthatenabling
a
maximum
of
two-axissimultaneousvelocityandpathgeneration,plus400characters(8-bit)
of
partprogrammestorage
4
Powersupplyislimitedtotwo-axisoperation
5
Minimumprogrammableincrementequalto
or
greater(coarser)than0.001
mm
6
Withoutinterfacetoenabledataexchangewithanothercomputer7Softwareanddocumentationisstrictlylimitedtoaccordwiththeabovecharacteristics
IL
1093Componentsandspeciallydesignedpartsformachinetoolsanddimensionalinspectionmachinescoveredbyitem1091,asfollows:
 
8Spindleassemblies,consistingofspindlesandbearings
as
aminimalassembly,
except
thoseassemblieswithaxialandradialaxismotionmeasuredalongthespindleaxis
in
.onerevolutionofthespindleequaltoorgreater(coarser)thanthefollowing:i0.0008mm
TIR
(peak-to-peak)forlathesandturningmachines;oriiD
x
2
x
1O-'mmTIR(peak-to-peak),whereDisthespindlediameterinmillimetres,formillingmachines,boringmills,jiggrinders,andmachiningcentresbLeadscrews,includingballnutscrews,
except
thosehavingallofthefollowingcharacteristics:iAccuracyequaltoorgreater(coarser)than0.004mm/300mmOverallaccuracyequaltoorgreater(coarser)than(0.0025
+
5
x
10-'
x
L)
mm,where
Lis
theeffectivelength
in
millimetresofthescrewiiiConcentricityofthecentrelineofthejournalbearingsurfaceandthecentrelineofthemajordiameterofthescrewequaltoorgreater(coarser)than0.005mm.
TIR
(peakto-peak)
at
adistance
of
threetimesthediameterofthescreworlessfromthejournalbearingsurface
c
Linearandrotarypositionfeedbackunitsincludinginductivetypedevices,graduatedscales,andlasersystems,
except:
iLineartypeshaving
an
accuracyequaltoorgreater(coarser)than(0.0004
+
13
x
10-'
x
L)
mmforLequaltoorlessthan100mm
and
(0.0015
+
2
x
10-'
x
L)
mm,forLgreaterthan100
mm
whereListheeffectivelength
in
millimetresofthelinearmeasurement,and
ii
Rotarytypeshaving
an
accuracyequaltoorgreater(coarser)thantwosecondsofarc.
d
Linearinductionmotorsused
as
drivesforslides,having
all
thefollowingcharacteristics:iStrokegreaterthan200mm
ii
Nominalforceratinggreaterthan45NewtoniiiMinimumcontrolledincrementalmovementlessthan0.001mm.
GroupBChemicalandpetroleumequipment
IL1110
Gasliquefyingequipment,asfollows:
a
Equipmentfortheproductionofliquidhydrogen,
except
plantswithacapacityoflessthanone-and-a-halftonsper24-hourdayandnotdesignedfor,orcapableof,theproductionofhydrogenslush
b
Equipmentfortheproductionofliquidfluorine
IL1118
Equipmentfortheproduction
of
militaryexplosivesandsolidpropellants,asfollows:
8
CompleteinstallationsbSpecialisedcomponents
c
Nitrators:continuoustypes
IL1129
Vacuumpumps,asfollows:
a
Turbo-molecularpumpshaving
a
highercapacitythan2000litresofnitrogenpersecond
b
Diffusionpumpsratedforunbalfledpumpingspeedsofmorethan
50000
litresofnitrogenpersecond
at
pressuresof
10-'
mmofmercuryorless
c
Cryopumpsystems(iesystems
in
whichthecirculationofliquefiedgasisusedtoachieveavacuum,eitherstatic
or
dynamic,byloweringthetemperatureoftheenvironment)designedtooperate
at
temperatures
of
lessthan
-200°C
(-328°F)
measured
at
atmosphericpressure.
d
Speciallydesignedparts,controlsandaccessoriesfortheabovepumps.
IL1131
Pumps(exceptvacuumpumps)havinganyofthefollowingcharacteristics:
a
DesignedtomovemoltenmetalsbyelectromagneticforcesbHavingallflowcontactsurfacesmadeof90percentormoretantalum,titaniumorzirconium,eitherseparatelyorcombined,
except
whensuchsurfacesaremadeofmaterialscontainingmorethan97percentandlessthan99.7percenttitanium.(SeealsoitemIL1133).
Pumpsdescribedinsub-itemb
to
bona-fidecivilendusersfornon-aerospaceenduses.
IL1133
Valves,cocksandpressureregulators,havingallflowcontactsurfacesmadeof90percentormoretantalum,titaniumorzirconium,eitherseparatelyorcombined,
except
whensuchsurfacesaremadeofmaterialscontainingmorethan97percentandlessthan99.7percenttitanium.
(Seealsoitem
81
ontheAtomicEnergyListanditemIL1131.)
Valves,cocksandpressureregulatorstobonafidecivilendusersfornonaerospaceenduse.
IL1142
Tubing,asfollows:
a
Madeof,linedwith,orcoveredwithanyofthefluorocarbor.materialscoveredbysub-item1754a
2,
unreinforced,heatshrinkableandhaving
an
innerdiameter(beforeshrinkage)
of
lessthan28.57m
(H
in)bReinforcedtubing(includingconnectorsandfittingsforusagewithsuchtubing)incorporatingcoagulateddispersiongradesofpolytetraf1uoroethylene;thecopolymersoftetrafluoroethylene
and
hexafluoropropylene;oranyofthef1uorocarbonmaterialscoveredbysubitem1754a2anddesignedforoperating(working)pressuresof210.9
kg/cm'
(3000psi)
or
greater,whetherornotspeciallyprocessedtomaketheflowsurfaceselectricallyconductive.
IL1145
Containers,jacketedonly,speciallydesignedforthestorageand/ortransportation
of
liquidfluorine.
GroupCElectricalandpower-generatingequipment
IL1203
Electricvacuumfurnacesasfollows:
a
Consumableelectrodevacuumarcfurnaceswithacapacityinexcessof20tons
b
Skulltypevacuumarcfurnaces
c
Specialisedpartsandcontrolsfortheabove.furnaces.
IL1205
Electrochemical,semi-conductorandradio-activedevicesforthedirectconversion
of
chemical,solarornuclearenorgytoelectricalenergy,asfollows:
8
Electrochemicaldevices,
as
follows:
1
Fuelcellsoperating
at
temperaturesof200°C(392°F)orless,includingregenerativer;ells,
ie
cellsforgeneratingelectricpowertowhic';,alltheconsumablecomponentsaresuppliedfromoutsidethecellExplanatorynote:Thetemperature
of
200°C(392°F)orlessisintendedtorefertothefuelcellandnottothefuelconditioningequipment,whichmaybeeither
an
ancillaryor
an
integralpart
of
thefuelcellbattery
and
whichmayoperate
at
over200°C(392°F).
2
Primarycellsandbatterieshavinganyofthefollowingcharacteristics:iPos,sessingameans
of
activationandhaving
an
opencircuitstoragelife
in
theunactivatedcondition,
at
atemperatureof21°C(7F)of10yearsormoreCapable
of
operating
at
temperaturesfrom
below-25°C
(-1F)
toabove55°C(131°F)includingcellsandcellassemblies(otherthandrycells)possessingself-containedheatersiiiUtilisingalithiumanodewithlithiumsaltsolute
in
organicsolvent(nonaqueous)electrolyteandhaving
an
energydensity
at
the24-hourdischargerateofgreaterthan100watt-hoursperpound
at
24°C(73°F)andgreaterthan35watt-hoursperpound
at
-29°C
(-20°F).Explanatorynote:Energydensityisobtainedbymultiplyingtheaveragepower
in
watts(averagevoltagetimesaveragecurrentinamperes)bythedurationofthedischarge
in
hoursto90percentoftheinitialloadvoltageanddividingbythetotalweightofthecell(orbattery)
in
pounds.Asregardssecondary(rechargeable)batteries,energydensityismeasuredafter500charge/dischargecycles.
3
Mechanicallyrechargeableleak-proofbatterieshavingcellswithremovablezincplateswithporousairelectrodes
and
immersed
in
electrolyteofpotassiumhydroxide
4
Moltensaltelectrolytecellsandbatterieswhichnormallyoperate
at
temperatures
of
150°C(302°F)
or
below
b
Photo-voltaiccells:
1
Withapoweroutputof14
MW
ormoreper
sq
cmunder100
MW
per
sqcm
tungsten(2800
0
K)
illumination;
or
2
Allgalliumarsenidephoto-voltaiccellsexcludingthosehavingapoweroutputoflessthan4
MW
measuredbytheabovetechnique;or
3
Withapoweroutput
of
450
MW
ormoreper
sq
cmunder10wattsper
sq
cm
siliconcarbide(1750
0
K)
illumination
c
Powersourcesotherthannuclearreactorsbased·onradio-activematerialssystems,excluding:1Thosehaving
an
outputpoweroflessthan0.5wattandatotalweightofmorethan200
Ib
2Thosespeciallydesignedanddevelopedformedicalusewithinthehumanbody.(SeealsoItem
IL
1570).
d
Specialisedparts,componentsandsubassembliesoftheabovedevices.(SeealsoItemsIL1570candd).
Fuelcellscoveredbysub-itema
1
above,
as
follows:
With
amaximumoutputpowerlevelgreaterthan
10
kW
usinggaseouspurehydrogenandoxygen/airreactants,alkalineelectrolyte,andacatalystsupportbycarboneitherpressedon
a
metalmesh,electrode,
or
attachedto
a
conductingporousplastic.Equipmentcovered
by
sub-item
c
having
an
overallefficiency
of
6
per
cent
or
less(obtainedbydividingtheelectricaloutput,expressedinwatts,bythethermalinput,expressedinwatts,thisefficiency
to
bemeasuredatthebeginningof/ife),and
an
output
power
of
O.
5
watts
or
more.
IL1206
Electricarcdevicesforgeneratingaflow
of
ionisedgasinwhichthearccolumnisconstricted
(except
deviceswhereintheflow
security
export
control
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March
1980
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