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Items such as paper folders, letter boxes and other production made of similar paper or cardboard, which is used in industry, shops, or for other similar reasons 10 0 49 Books, newspapers, other polygraphic production 0 0 50 Silk and silk production 10 0 50 02 Silk raw material 0 0 50 04 Silk thread (except for silk remainder yarn) not intended for retail sale 0 0 50 05 Yarn (from silk remainders) not intended for retail sale 0 0 51 Wool and wool production 0 0 52 Cotton 0 0 53 Other natural textiles, paper threads and fabrics 0 0 54 Chemical threads 10 0 54 07 Articles made of complex synthetic thread 10 0 54 08 Articles made of artificial thread 10 0 55 Chemical staple threads 0 0 56 Cotton, thick felt, yarn, plait, cable, ropes 0 0 57 Rugs and others rug covers 10 0 58 Special fabrics, fleecy fabrics, tapestry, lace 10 0 58 01 Fleecy nap articles, except for those listed in points 5802 or 5806 0 0 58 02 Textiles, fleecy towels, and similar textiles, except for narrow textiles listed in point 5806; velvet textiles, except for the goods listed in point 5703 0 0 5803 Curl binding textiles, except for narrow textiles listed in point 5806 0 0 5904 Linoleum 10 0 60 Jersey 0 0 61 Jersey garment 10 0 62 Textile garment (except for jersey) 10 0 63 Ready-made textiles and other articles 10 0 64 Shoes 10 0 6406 Shoe parts 0 0 65 Hats 10 0 66 Umbrellas, walking sticks, whips 10 0 67 Feather made articles, artificial flowers 10 0 68 Stone, gypsum, cement, asbestos, mica production 10 0 13 681290 100 Fiber received after processing asbestos used for civil aviation 0 0 681310 100 Brake armor on the base of asbestos and other ore substances, used for civil aviation 0 0 681390 100 Other mobile substances received after asbestos processing, on the base of asbestos and other ore substances, used for civil aviation 0 0 69 Pottery production 10 0 70 Glass and glass production 10 0 7004 Glass ( tight, evenly painted) 10 0 7005 Mirrors, and other surface polished glass 10 0 7009 Glass mirror for cars 10 0 7016 Glass tiles, blocks and other decorative articles 10 0 7018 Glass made decorations 10 0 71 Pearls, precious and semi-precious stones, precious metals, precious goods, jewelry, currency 0 0 7101 Pearls 10 0 7113 Items made of gold, and their parts made of precious metals 10 0 7114 Items made of gold and silver, and their parts made of precious metals 10 0 7115 Other articles made of precious metals 10 0 7117 Jewelry 10 0 7118 Currency 10 0 72 Black metal 0 0 73 Black metal made production 0 0 7323 Kitchen and food utilities 10 0 74 Copper and copper production 0 0 75 Nickel and nickel production 0 0 76 Aluminum and aluminum production 0 0 7615 Other kitchen and household utilities 10 0 7616 Other aluminum items 10 0 78 Lead and lead production 0 0 79 Zinc and zinc production 0 0 80 Tin and tin production 0 0 81 Other non-precious metals, metal ceramics production made of it 0 0 82 Tools, knives, forks made of non-precious metals 10 0 83 Other items made of non-precious metals 0 0 8303 Waterproof, nonflammable safes 10 0 84 Pivoted reactors, coppers, constructions, and mechanical devices 0 0 8415 Devices intended for air conditioning, supplied with mobile air-conditioner and mechanisms for adjusting air temperature and humidity, including air-conditioners which do not have a separate 10 0 14 temperature control panel 84 15 81 100 Freezing device supplied with a "cold-hot" exchange regime used for civil aviation 0 0 84 15 82 100 Other freezing device used for civil aviation 0 0 84 15 83 100 Other devices without freezing mechanisms used for civil aviation 0 0 84 15 90 100 Parts for air-conditioning devices, listed in points 8415 81, 8415 82, or 8415 83, used for civil aviation 0 0 84 18 Refrigerators, freezers, other electrical or other refrigerating and freezing devices, thermal pumps, except for air-conditioners listed in point 8415 10 0 84 18 10 100 Joint refrigerator and freezer, with separate doors, used for civil aviation 0 0 84 18 30 100 "Wire" type freezers, not exceeding 800 liter capacity, used for civil aviation 0 0 84 18 40 100 Vertical freezers , not exceeding 900 liter capacity, used for civil aviation 0 0 84 18 61 100 Other refrigerating and freezing devices, compressor type thermal pumps with condensers, used as heat transmitter for civil aviation 0 0 84 18 69 100 Other refrigerating and freezing devices, compressor type thermal pumps, used for civil aviation 0 0 84 50 11 Washing machines used domestically or in wash-houses, supplied with wringing devices, not exceeding the capacity of 10 kg of dry linen, fully automated 10 0 84 50 12 Washing machines used domestically or in wash-houses, supplied with wringing devices, not exceeding the capacity of 10 kg of dry linen, with built-in centralized wringing device 10 0 84 72 19 Washing machines used domestically or in wash-houses, supplied with wringing devices, not exceeding the capacity of 10 kg of dry linen 10 0 84 72 10 Xerox machines 10 0 85 Electrical machines and devices, recording devices, television devices, receiving and broadcasting devices 10 0 8501 Electrical motors and generators (except for electricity generating stations) 0 0 8502 Electricity generating stations and rotating electrical transformers 0 0 8503 Parts intended to be used with items listed in points 8501 or 8502 0 0 15 8505 Electrical magnet, constant magnets, production types intended for transforming constant magnets after mesmerizing; electrical magnet or constant magnet bandages, terminals, and similar devices for transformed production suppression; electro-magnetical cohesion, rim and break 0 0 850710100 Lead electrical accumulators used for civil aviation combined engines 0 0 850720100 Other lead electrical accumulators used for civil aviation 0 0 850730100 Cadmium-nickel electrical accumulators used for civil aviation 850740100 Long nickel electrical accumulators used for civil aviation 0 0 850780100 Parts for electrical accumulators used for civil aviation 0 0 8508 Electrical-mechanical hand utensils used for civil aviation 0 0 8511 Electrical devices for internal-combustion engine use, for spark-ignited, or fuel pressure ignited engines (for example, magneto, starters), generators (constant and alternating current electricity), and safety devices used with these engines 0 0 8515 Machines and appliances, electric (including electric heating appliances), laser or other light or photon, super-sound, electra-radial, magnetic-impulsive, or plasma-arc-welding as well as for other solid solder substance or weeding, regardless of their ability to perform cutting; if not - then for covering electrical machines and appliances, or metal-carbides with dust 0 0 851621 Heat accumulating radiators 0 0 851629 Other electrical appliances used for building heating and for soil heating 0 0 851680100 Electrical heating opposition , consisting of simple isolated carcass and electrical switch combined in a module, used in anti-freezing system of civil aviation 0 0 85 18 10 100 Microphone and its stand , used for civil aviation 0 0 85 18 29 100 Single loud-speakers combined in blocks, used for civil aviation 0 0 85 18 22 100 Set of loud-speakers combined in single blocks, used for civil aviation 0 0 85 18 29 Other loud-speakers, used for civil aviation 0 0 16 100 85 18 30 100 Main telephone system, headphones, including hybrid telephones, used for civil aviation 0 0 85 18 40 100 Sound frequency amplifier , used for civil aviation 0 0 85 18 50 100 Sound amplifier electrical appliances, used for civil aviation 0 0 85 20 90 100 Tape players and other recording appliances, comprising or not comprising playback device, used for civil aviation 0 0 85 21 10 100 Appliance for video recording and replay, used for civil aviation supplied with video devices 0 0 85 22 90 100 Blocks and groups comprising two or more pieces connected or comparative parts, for appliances listed in point 8520 90, used for civil aviation 85 25 10 Transmission appliances 0 0 85 25 20 100 Transmission appliances, telegraph and telephone radio appliances containing receiving devices 0 0 85 26 Radiolocation, radio-navigation equipment and remote control radioequpment. 0 0 85 27 90 100 Receivers of radiotelephone and radiotelefax type of communication for civil aviation 0 0 85 29 10 100 Any kind of antennas and reflectors for antennas: parts that are used for its production: for civil aviation 0 0 85 29 90 100 Blocks and sub blocks that consist of parts and details, that are classified in the subsections 8526 10 10 8526 91 11 8526 91 19 and 8526 92 10, for civil aviation 0 0 85 30 Electrical signal devices to organize and to control the security of the real ways, car ways, tramways, internal waterways, mooring squires , ports and airports traffic, (except the devices classified under 8608 trade position) 0 0 85 31 Sound and light signal devices (except noted items under 8512 or 8530 trade position) 0 0 85 32 Constant, variable and stabilizing electrical condenser 0 0 85 33 Electrical resistors, including rheostats and potentio-meters 0 0 85 34 Printed boards (plates) 0 0 85 35 Electrical equipment to commute and to defend the electrical circuits for more than 1000 W tension (switches, transformers, interrupters, safety devices, electrical arc barriers, voltage limitators, voltage leap shooters, switch boxes, 0 0 17 power-receivers, power-transformers) 85 36 Equipment for more than 1000 W: to switch the power, to interrupt, defend, to switch the electrical circuits (for ex.
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Score: 1330213.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_1.pdf
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GMMOs or GMOs are not subject to these Instructions when authorized for use by the appropriate national authorities of the States of Origin, transit and destination. d) Magnetized material: Any material which, when packed for air transport, has a magnetic field strength of 0.159 A/m or more at a distance of 2.1 m from any point on the surface of the assembled package (see also Packing Instruction 902). Note.— Masses of ferro-magnetic metals such as automobiles, automobile parts, metal fencing, piping and metal construction material, even if not meeting the definition of magnetized material may be subject to the operator’s special stowage requirements since they may affect aircraft instruments, particularly the compasses. Additionally, packages or items of material which individually do not meet the definition of magnetized material but cumulatively may do so, may also be subject to the operator’s special stowage requirements. e) Aviation regulated solid or liquid: Any material which has narcotic, noxious or other properties such that, in the event of spillage or leakage on an aircraft, extreme annoyance or discomfort could be caused to crew members so as to prevent the correct performance of assigned duties.
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Score: 1329224.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2009/DGPWG.09.WP.005.2.en.pdf
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A distinction is made between: High pressure liquefied gas: a gas with a critical temperature between –50°C and +65°C, and Low pressure liquefied gas: a gas with a critical temperature above +65°C; c) refrigerated liquefied gas — a gas which when packaged for transport is made partially liquid because of its low temperature; d) dissolved gas — a gas which when packaged under pressure for transport is dissolved in a liquid phase solvent; or e) adsorbed gas — a gas which when packaged for transport is adsorbed onto a solid porous material resulting in an internal receptacle pressure of less than 101.3 kPa at 20°C and less than 300 kPa at 50°C. UN Model Regulations, 2.2.1.3 (see ST/SG/AC.10/46/Add.1) 2.1.3 This class comprises compressed gases; liquefied gases; dissolved gases; refrigerated liquefied gases; mixtures of one or more gases with one or more vapours of substances of other classes; articles charged with a gas; and, aerosols and chemicals under pressure. (...) Note.—”Cryogenic liquid” means the same as “refrigerated liquefied gas”. 2.1.4 Pressures of all kinds relating to receptacles (such as test pressure, internal pressure, safety-valve opening pressure) are always indicated in gauge pressure (pressure in excess of atmospheric pressure); however, the vapour pressure of substances is always expressed in absolute pressure. 2.2 DIVISIONS 2.2.1 Substances of Class 2 are assigned to one of three divisions based on the primary hazard of the gas during transport.
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Score: 1328474.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP27/DGP.27.WP.012.1.en.pdf
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A distinction is made between: High pressure liquefied gas: a gas with a critical temperature between –50°C and +65°C, and Low pressure liquefied gas: a gas with a critical temperature above +65°C; c) refrigerated liquefied gas — a gas which when packaged for transport is made partially liquid because of its low temperature; d) dissolved gas — a gas which when packaged under pressure for transport is dissolved in a liquid phase solvent; or e) adsorbed gas — a gas which when packaged for transport is adsorbed onto a solid porous material resulting in an internal receptacle pressure of less than 101.3 kPa at 20°C and less than 300 kPa at 50°C. UN Model Regulations, 2.2.1.3 (see ST/SG/AC.10/46/Add.1) 2.1.3 This class comprises compressed gases; liquefied gases; dissolved gases; refrigerated liquefied gases; mixtures of one or more gases with one or more vapours of substances of other classes; articles charged with a gas; and, aerosols and chemicals under pressure. (...) Note.—”Cryogenic liquid” means the same as “refrigerated liquefied gas”. 2.1.4 Pressures of all kinds relating to receptacles (such as test pressure, internal pressure, safety-valve opening pressure) are always indicated in gauge pressure (pressure in excess of atmospheric pressure); however, the vapour pressure of substances is always expressed in absolute pressure. 2.2 DIVISIONS 2.2.1 Substances of Class 2 are assigned to one of three divisions based on the primary hazard of the gas during transport.
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Score: 1328474.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP27/DGP.27.WP.012.1.ar.pdf
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Tins from fruits and berries; Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades , syrup, drinks and marinated; Dieted tins 2005 Vegetables, mushrooms, pickled fruits, pickles 2009 juices, drinks and vegetable syrups, sauce. 2103 Edible species ( mustard, radish) 2104 Edible concentrates (soups ,gruel others) 2106 Sweets, semi - manufactured goods produced from flour pastes and milk concentrates,(jellies, fruit syrup boiled hard, creams, mixture for bakery articles). 2201 Mineral waters 2202 Saturated aerated waters ( with keeping term of non more than 30 days) 2204; 2205; 2208 Wine making industry (grape's wine, fruits and berry's wines, Devin and strong alcoholic drinks saturated with carbon dioxide, destined of wine, brut wine), vodka, liqueurs and brandy. 2207 Ethyl alcohol of 95 %; Cognacs 2209 Vinegar and substitutes for vinegar obtained from acetic acid. 2302 Edible bran, dieted 2401-2402 Unmanufactured tobacco; tobacco 's articles ; 3208-3209 Oil paints good for use 3401 Solid soap for washing 3405 Detergents, cleaning preparations, for polish (including shampoo) 3407 Modeling pastes, including those put up for children's amusement; preparations known as dental wax or as dental impression compounds, put up in sets, in packing for retail sale or in plates, horseshoe shapes, sticks or similar forms; other preparations 3920 Polyethylene and polyethylene sacs 3924 Tableware, kitchenware, other household articles and toilet articles, of plastics. 4410 Particle board and similar board of wood or other ligneous materials, whether or not agglomerated with resins or other organic binding substances 5208-5212 Woven fabrics of cotton, designated for children and for equipment of individual protection 6104-6114 Babies' garments and clothing accessories Women's or girls' suits, ensembles, jackets, blazers, dresses, skirts, divided skirts, trousers, bib and brace overalls, breeches and shorts (other than swimwear), knitted or crocheted: 6115 Panty hose, tights, stockings, socks and other hosiery 6205-6211 Linen articles for children and for babies 6401- 6405 Footwear for children 6504 Hats and other headgear for children and babies 7615 Plates and dishes from aluminum 8418 Refrigerators and freezers 8450 Washing machines and electrical sun ensemble for washing machines 8504 Electrical transformers, static converters (for example, rectifiers) and inductors: 8509 Electro- apparatus for massage; Electro thermal hair-dressing apparatus and for carrying skin; Pumps, ignition devise for gas stove 8516 Irons ; electric heaters and similar apparatus; Electro apparatus for electrical heaters of liquids, for preparation of food, toasters, rousters 8517 Micro-wave, coffee hand mill, mixers and similar apparatus, telephone's apparatus 8520 Magnetic tape recorders and other sound recording apparatus, whether or not incorporating a sound reproducing device 8527 Radio apparatus; Radiobroadcast receivers capable of operating without an external source of power, including apparatus capable of receiving also radiotelephony or radiotelegraphy :; radio ensembles 8528 Televisions; electric calculators; reception apparatus 8531 Electric sound or visual signaling apparatus (for example, bells, sirens, indicator panels, burglar or fire alarms) 8544 Insulated (including enameled or anodized) wire, cable (including co-axial cable) and other insulated electric conductors, whether or not fitted with connectors; optical fiber cables, made up of individually sheathed fibers, whether or not assembled with 9028 Gas, liquid or electricity supply or production meters, including calibrating meters therefor: 9401-9403 Furniture 9503 Toys
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Score: 1322802.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mol_e/WTACCMOL27_LEG_2.pdf
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Having carried vaccines for all these years, Birma has become an easily recognizable figure in her community, and more recently, a magnet for questions about the vaccines. “People are eagerly waiting for vaccines, they ask me constantly when they will arrive, when they can get it, when it will be their turn. (...) UNICEF Nepal/2021/LPNgakhusi UNICEF Nepal/2021/LPNgakhusi UNICEF – together with key health partners – has long been supporting the Government of Nepal in assessing, strengthening and expanding the country’s cold chain capacity at the central, provincial, district and local levels, including through provision of crucial equipment like refrigerators, vaccine cold boxes and carriers, as well as through necessary technical and logistical support.
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Score: 1322802.4 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/s...ories/hopes-community-her-back
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Number of appearances of the word “material” in the Technical Instructions Relation  Quantity  Radioactive material (e.g. radioactive material, fissile material,  LSA material, etc.)  816  Packing material (e.g. cushioning material, absorbent material,  plastic material, material for refrigeration, etc.)  318  Manufacturing of DG (e.g. polymeric materials)  72  Acronyms/PSN (e.g. The American Society for Testing and  Materials, Paint related material, etc.)  64  Magnetized Material  61  Animal/Genetic/Organic material  16  Training/Guidance material  9  Meaning "dangerous goods"  4  Waste material  1  TOTAL  1361  Table 2. (...) Appropriate national authorities should ensure that the provisions are complied with in relation to the transport of dangerous goods by air. 2.3.2 The following dangerous goods may be acceptable in mail for air carriage subject to the provisions of the appropriate national authorities concerned and these Instructions which relate to such material: a) patient specimens as defined in 2;6.3.1.4 provided that they are classified, packed and marked as required by 2;6.3.2.3.8 a), b), c) and d); b) infectious substances assigned to category B (UN 3373) only, when packed in accordance with the requirements of Packing Instruction 650, and solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) when used as a refrigerant for UN 3373; and c) radioactive material in an excepted package, UN Nos. 2910 and 2911 only, the activity of which does not exceed one-tenth of that listed in Part 2, Chapter 7, Table 2-14, and that does not meet the definitions and criteria of classes, other than Class 7, or divisions, as defined in Part 2.
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Score: 1320072.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.039.2.en.pdf
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These rely on a remote mounted magnetic flux indicator to measure the direction of earth’s magnetic field and are located away from magnetic interferences common to the aircraft cockpit. (...) Such a metal object is said to be a permanent magnet. The magnetic strength of a permanent magnet is constant over time. (...) For this reason permanent magnets only affect magnetic compasses and not other avionic equipment. 4.5 Magnetic field strength drops off rapidly with increasing distance.
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Score: 1298095.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2009/DGPWG.09.WP.031.2.en.pdf
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Kitchen equipment 97.040 8418 Refrigerators, freezers and other refrigerating or freezing equipment, electric or other; heat pumps other than air conditioning machines of heading 84.15. (...) Kitchen equipment 97.040 8520 Magnetic tape recorders and other sound recording apparatus, whether or not incorporating a sound reproducing device. (...) Laundry appliances 97.060 8418 Refrigerators, freezers and other refrigerating or freezing equipment, electric or other; heat pumps other than air conditioning machines of heading 84.15.
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Score: 1291804.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...cations_e/readme_tbt_stc_e.doc
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GMMOs or GMOs are not subject to these Instructions when authorized for use by the appropriate national authorities of the States of Origin, transit and destination.] d) Magnetized material: Any material which, when packed for air transport, has a magnetic field strength of 0.159 A/m or more at a distance of 2.1 m from any point on the surface of the assembled package (see also Packing Instruction 902). Note.— Masses of ferro-magnetic metals such as automobiles, automobile parts, metal fencing, piping and metal construction material, even if not meeting the definition of magnetized material may be subject to the operator’s special stowage requirements since they may affect aircraft instruments, particularly the compasses. Additionally, packages or items of material which individually do not meet the definition of magnetized material but cumulatively may do so, may also be subject to the operator’s special stowage requirements. e) Aviation regulated solid or liquid: Any material which has narcotic, noxious or other properties such that, in the event of spillage or leakage on an aircraft, extreme annoyance or discomfort could be caused to crew members so as to prevent the correct performance of assigned duties.
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Score: 1291346.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.22.WP.005.2.en.pdf
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