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The Export of Goods (Control) Order 1991

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Chemicals, Metalloids and Petroleum Products


Fluids and lubricating materials, the following–

  • (a) Hydraulic fluids which contain any of the following compounds or materials as their principal ingredients:

  • (1) Highly refined super-dewaxed petroleum (mineral) oils, synthetic hydrocarbon oils or silahydrocarbon oils, having all of the following characteristics–

  • (A) Flash point exceeding 477K (204°C);

  • (B) Pour point 239K (−34°C) or lower;

  • (C) Viscosity index 75 or more; and

  • (D) Thermal stability 616K (343°C); (Silahydrocarbon oils are those oils which contain exclusively silicon, hydrogen and carbon.) (2) Chlorofluorocarbons having all of the following characteristics–

  • (A) No flash point;

  • (B) Autogenous ignition temperature exceeding 977K (704°C);

  • (C) Pour point 219K (−54°C) or lower;

  • (D) Viscosity index 80 or more; and

  • (E) Boiling point 473K (200°C) or higher;

  • (chlorofluorocarbons are those chemicals which contain exclusively carbon, fluorine and chlorine); or

  • (3) Monomeric or polymeric forms of perfluoropolyalkylether-triazines or perfluoroaliphatic ethers

  • (b) Lubricating materials containing any of the following compounds or materials as their principal ingredients–

  • (1) Monomeric or polymeric forms of perfluoropolyalkylether-triazines or perfluoroaliphatic ethers

  • (2) Phenylene or alkylphenylene ethers or thio-ethers, or their mixtures, containing more than two ether or thio-ether functions or mixtures thereof

  • (3) Polychlorotrifluoroethylene (oily and waxy modifications only)

  • or

  • (4) Fluorinated silicone fluids with kinematic viscosity of less than 5,000mm2 /s (5,000 centistokes) measured at 298K (25°C)

  • (c) Damping or flotation fluids made of at least 85% of any of the following compounds or materials–

  • (1) Dibromotetrafluoroethane having a purity exceeding 99.8% and containing less than 25 particles of 200 micrometre or larger in size per 100ml

  • (2) Polychlorotrifluoroethylene (oily and waxy modifications only)

  • or

  • (3) Polybromotrifluoroethylene

  • (d) Cooling fluids made of at least 85% of any of the following compounds or materials–

  • (1) Monomeric or polymeric forms of perfluoropolyalkylether-triazines or perfluoroaliphatic ethers

  • (2) Perfluoroalkylamines

  • or

  • (3) Perfluorocycloalkanes or perfluoroalkanes with all of the following characteristics–

  • (A) Density at 298K (25°C) of 1.5g/ml or more;

  • (B) In a liquid state at 273K (0°C); and

  • (C) Containing 60% or more by weight of fluorine.

In this entry–

  • (a) Flash point is determined using the Cleveland Open Cup Method described in ASTM D-92 or national equivalents;

  • (b) Pour point is determined using the method described in ASTM D-97 or national equivalents;

  • (c) Viscosity index is determined using the method described in ASTM D-2270 or national equivalents;

  • (d) Thermal stability is determined by the following test procedure or national equivalents: Twenty ml of the fluid under test is placed in a 46ml type 317 stainless steel chamber containing one each of 12.5mm (nominal) diameter balls of M-10 tool steel, 52100 steel and naval bronze (60% Cu, 39% Zn, 0.75% Sn). The chamber is purged with nitrogen, sealed at atmospheric pressure and the temperature raised to and maintained at 644 + 6K (371 + 6°C) for six hours. The specimen will be considered thermally stable if, on completion of the above procedure, all of the following conditions are met:

  • (1) The loss in weight of each ball is less than 10mg/mm2 of ball surface;

  • (2) The change in original viscosity as determined at 311K (38°C) is less than 25%; and

  • (3) The total acid or base number is less than 0.40;

  • (e) Autogenous ignition temperature is determined using the method described in ASTM E-659 or national equivalents.


Boron, the following–

  • (a) Boron element (metal) in all forms

  • (b) Boron compounds, mixtures, and composites containing 5% or more of boron (except pharmaceutical preparations packaged for retail sale), the following–

  • (1) non-ceramic boron-nitrogen compounds (eg borazanes, borazines and boropyrazoyls)

  • (2) boron hydrides (eg boranes), except sodium boron hydride, potassium boron hydride, monoborane, diborane and triborane

  • (3) organoboron compounds, including metallo-organoboron compounds



Boron compounds and mixtures in which the boron-10 isotope comprises more than 20% of the total boron content



Base materials, non-composite ceramic materials, ceramic-ceramic composite materials and precursor materials for the manufacture of high temperature fine technical ceramic products, the following–

  • (a) Base materials having all the following characteristics–

  • (1) any of the following compositions–

  • (i) single or complex oxides of zirconium, and complex oxides of silicon or aluminium;

  • (ii) single or complex borides of zirconium or titanium;

  • (iii) single or complex carbides of silicon or boron; or

  • (iv) single or complex nitrides of silicon, boron, aluminium or zirconium;

  • (2) total metallic impurities, excluding intentional additions, of less than–

  • (i) 1,000ppm for single oxides or carbides;

  • (ii) 5,000ppm for complex compounds, single borides or single nitrides; and

  • (3) average particle size less than or equal to 5 micrometres and no more than 10% of the particles larger than 10 micrometres except for zirconia where these limits are 1 micrometre and 5 micrometres respectively.

  • (b) Non-composite ceramic materials, in crude or semi-fabricated form, composed of any material specified in head (a) above, except abrasives

  • (c) Ceramic-ceramic composite materials containing finely dispersed particles or phases or any non-metallic fibrous or whisker-like materials, whether externally introduced or grown in situ

during processing, where the following materials form the host matrix–

  • (1) all oxides, including glasses

  • (2) carbides or nitrides of silicon or boron

  • (3) borides or nitrides of zirconium or borides, carbides or nitrides of hafnium

  • (4) any combination of the materials specified in sub-heads (c)(1) to (3) above



manufactured products or components not specified elsewhere in this Schedule.

  • (d) Precursor materials, (ie. special-purpose polymeric or metallo-organic materials for producing any base or phases of the materials specified inhead (b) or (c) above), the following–

  • (1) polycabosilanes and polydiorganosilanes (for producing silicon carbide) A

  • (2) polysilazanes (for producing silicon nitride) A

  • (3) polycarbosilazanes for producing ceramics with silicon, carbon and nitrogen components


In this entry–

  • (a) a “matrix” means a substantially continuous phase that fills the space between particles, whiskers or fibres;

  • (b) a “composite” means a matrix and an additional phase or additional phases consisting of particles, whiskers, fibres or any combination thereof, present for a specific purpose or purposes.


Non-fluorinated polymeric substances, the following:

  • (a) Polyimides (including maleimides)

  • except–

  • fully cured polyimide or polyimide-based film, sheet, tape or ribbon having a maximum thickness of 0.254mm, whether or not coated or laminated with heator pressure-sensitive resinous substances of an adhesive nature, which contain no fibrous reinforcing materials, and which have not been coated or laminated with carbon, graphite, metals or magnetic substances.

  • (b) Polybenzimidazoles

  • (c) Aromatic polyamides, including heterocyclic aromatic polyamides characterised as aromatic owing to the presence of a benzene ring

  • (d) Polybenzothiazoles

  • (e) Polyoxadiazoles

  • (f) Polyphosphazenes (polyphosphonitriles)

  • (g) Polystyrylpyridine (PSP)

  • (h) Thermoplastic liquid crystal copolymer composed of the following–

  • (1) Either of the following–

  • (A) Phenylene, biphenylene or naphthalene; or

  • (B) Methyl, tertiary-butyl or phenyl substituted phenylene, biphenylene or naphthalene; and

  • (2) Any of the following acids–

  • (A) Terephthalic acid;

  • (B) 6-hydroxy-2 naphthoic acid; or

  • (C) 4-hydroxybenzoic acid;

  • except–

  • manufactures thereof, having both of the following characteristics–

    • (A) A tensile modulus of less than 15GPa in any direction; and

    • (B) Specially designed for non-aerospace, non-electronic, civil applications;

  • (i) Polybenzoxazoles

  • (j) Polyarylene ether ketones, the following–

  • (1) Polyether ether ketone (PEEK)

  • (2) Polyether ketone ketone (PEKK)

  • (3) Polyether ketone (PEK)

  • (4) Polyether ketone ether ketone ketone (PEKEKK)

  • (k) Butadiene polymers, the following–

  • (1) Carboxyl terminated polybutadiene (CTPB)

  • (2) Hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene (HTPB)

  • (3) Thiol terminated polybutadiene (TTPB)

  • (4) Vinyl terminated polybutadiene (VTPB)

  • (5) Cyclised 1,2-polybutadiene

  • (6) Mouldable copolymers of butadiene and acrylic acid

  • (7) Mouldable terpolymers of butadiene, acrylonitrile and acrylic acid or any of the homologues of acrylic acid

  • (l) Carboxyl terminated polyisoprene

  • (m) Polyarylene ketones

  • (n) Polyarylene sulphides, except polyphenylene sulphide



Propellants for spacecraft, and related substances, the following: and specially designed software therefor–

  • (a) propellants specially designed for goods specified in IL1465

  • (b) additives, precursors and stabilisers, for any material specified in head (a) above



Fluorinated compounds and materials, and manufactures thereof, the following–

  • (a) Unprocessed polymeric materials and intermediates, the following–

  • (1) Fluoroelastomeric compounds where the polymer backbone consists of at least 95% of–

  • (A) A combination of two or more of the following monomers–

  • (a) Tetrafluoroethylene;

  • (b) Vinylidene fluoride;

  • (c) Hexafluoropropylene;

  • (d) Bromotrifluoroethylene;

  • (e) Iodotrifluoroethylene;

  • (f) Perfluoromethylvinylether;

  • (g) Perfluoropropoxypropylvinylether;

  • except–

  • the copolymer of vinylidene fluoride and hexafluoropropylene, or the terpolymer of vinylidene fluoride, hexafluoropropylene and tetrafluoroethylene;

  • (B) A copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and propylene; or

  • (C) A terpolymer of tetrafluoroethylene, vinylidene fluoride and propylene

  • (2) Copolymers of vinylidene fluoride having 75% or more beta crystalline structure without stretching

  • (3) Fluorinated silicone rubbers, and intermediates for their production, containing 30% or more of combined fluorine

  • (4) Fluorinated polyimides, and hexafluoroacetone and other intermediates for their production, containing 30% or more of combined fluorine

  • (5) Fluorinated phosphazene elastomers, and intermediates for their production, containing 30% or more of combined fluorine

  • (b) Manufactures, the following–

  • (1) Electric wire and cable coated with or insulated with any of the materials specified in sub-head (a)(1)(B) or (a)(1)(C) above



oil well logging cable;

  • (2) Seals, gaskets, rods, sheets, sealants or fuel bladders made, to the extent of more than 50%, of any of the compounds specified in sub-head (a)(1), (a)(3), (a)(4) or (a)(5) above, and specially designed for aerospace or aircraft use

  • (3) Piezoelectric polymers and copolymers made from vinylidene fluoride, having both of the following characteristics

  • (A) In sheet or film form; and

  • (B) With a thickness of more than 200 micrometre.

  • (4) Reinforced tubing (including connectors and fittings for use with such tubing) incorporating coagulated dispersion grades of polytetrafluoroethylene, copolymers of tetrafluoroethylene and hexafluoropropylene, or any of the fluorocarbon compounds specified in sub-head (a)(1) above and designed for operating (working) pressures of 21 MPa or more, whether or not specially processed to make the flow surfaces electrically conductive



Compounds and materials, the following–

  • (a) Monocrystalline silicon in the form of ingots (rods), and slices or wafers thereof, having a resistivity of more than 1000 ohm-cm

  • (b) Gallium of a purity equal to or more than 99.9999% and gallium III/V compounds of any purity level

  • except–

  • (1) Gallium phosphide; or

  • (2) Other gallium III/V compounds having all of the following characteristics–

  • (A) Dislocation density (etch pit density–EPD) exceeding 100 per mm2 ;

  • (B) Carrier concentration exceeding 1 × 1014 per mm3 ; and

  • (3) Carrier mobility less than 0.3 m2 /V-s;

  • (c) Indium of a purity more than 99.9995% and III-V indium compounds containing more than 1% indium

  • (d) Hetero-epitaxial materials consisting of a monocrystalline insulating substrate epitaxially layered with silicon, III/V compounds of gallium or indium or II/VI compounds of sulphur, selenium or tellurium

  • (e) Elemental Cadmium (Cd) and Tellerium (Te) of purity levels equal to or more than 99.9995% and cadmium terullide (CdTe) compounds of a purity level equal to or more than 99.99% or single crystals of cadmium terullide (CdTe) of any purity level

  • (f) Rods of polycrystalline silicon having either of the following characteristics–

  • (1) Boron impurity concentration (P-type) equal to or less than 0.052 parts per thousand million atomic

  • or

  • (2) P-type resistivity equal to or more than 5,000 ohm-cm

(Purity verified in accordance with ASTM F574-83 standard or equivalents, and resistivity measured in accordance with ASTM F43-83 standard or equivalents (see also ASTM F723-82 standard for the conversion between resistivity and density of doping agents)).
  • (g) Compounds having a purity level (based upon the amount of the primary constituent) of 99.5% or more and used as the silicon source in the deposition of epitaxial layers of silicon, silicon oxide or silicon nitride, and dichlorosilane (SiC12H2) having a purity level of 97% or more

  • (h) Single crystal sapphire substrates

  • (i) Boron oxide (B2 03 ) in powder or cast form with a purity of 99.9% or more, containing 1,000 or less parts per million of water

  • (j) Resist materials, the following–

  • (1) Negative type resists, optimised for photolithography at a wavelength of less than 350 nm

  • (2) Positive type resists optimised for photolithography at a wavelength of less than 370 nm

  • except–

  • positive type resists not optimised for a specific wavelength

  • (3) All resists for use with electron beams or ion beams with a sensitivity of 50 microcoulomb/cm2 or less

  • (4) All resists for use with X-rays with a sensitivity of 50 mJ/cm2 or less

  • (5) All resists optimised for surface imaging technologies, including silyated resists

  • (6) Image reversal resists

  • (k) Monocrystalline lithium niobate

  • (l) Metallo-organic compounds of beryllium, magnesium, zinc, cadmium, mercury, aluminium, gallium, indium, phosphorus, arsenic or antimony having a purity (metal basis) of 99.999% or more

  • (m) Hydrides of phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, selenium or tellurium having a purity of 99.999% or more, even diluted in neutral gases

  • except–

  • those with the addition of 20% molar or more of rare gases or hydrogen.

  • Notes:

  • 1. Silyation techniques are processes incorporating oxidation of the resist surface to enhance performance for both wet and dry developing.

  • 2. III/V compounds are polycrystalline or binary or complex monocrystalline products consisting of elements of groups IIIA and VA of Mendeleyev’s periodic classification table (gallium arsenide, gallium-aluminium arsenide, indium phosphide, etc.).

  • 3. II/VI compounds are polycrystalline or binary or complex monocrystalline products consisting of elements of groups IIB and VIA of Mendeleyev’s periodic classification table (cadmium telluride, cadmium-mercury telluride, cadmium-zinc telluride, etc.).


Graphites, the following:

  • (a) fine grain recrystallised bulk graphites having a bulk density of 1.72g/cc or greater, measured at 15°C

  • (b) pyrolytic reinforced graphites

  • (c) fibrous reinforced graphites



Syntactic foam for underwater use and microspheres, the following–

  • (a) Syntactic foam having either of the following characteristics–

  • (1) designed for marine depths exceeding 1,000 m

  • (2) a density less than 0.561 g/cm3 unless designed for use at marine depths less than 100 m

  • (b) Hollow microspheres (microballoons) for use in syntactic foam, having all of the following characteristics–

  • (1) made from glass or plastic;

  • (2) a true particle density of more than 0.16 g/cm3 and less than 0.41 g/cm3 ;

  • (3) a bulk density of more than 0.088 g/cm3 and less than 0.23 g/cm3 ;

  • (4) a compressive strength more than 2.8 MPa;

  • (5) a particle size range of 20 to 200 micrometre; and

  • (6) a floater content of at least 94 per cent by volume.

In this entry–

“syntactic foam” means hollow spheres of plastic or glass embedded in a resin matrix.


Fibrous and filamentary materials which may be used in organic matrix, metallic matrix or carbon matrix composite structures or laminates, and such composite structures and laminates and technology therefor, the following: and specially designed ODMA software therefor–

  • (a) Fibrous and filamentary materials with specific modulus greater than3.18 × 106 m and specific tensile strength greater than 7.62 × 104 m

  • (b) Fibrous and filamentary materials having both of the following characteristics–

  • (1) specific modulus greater than 2.54 × 106 m; and

  • (2) melting or sublimation point higher than 1,922 K (1,649°C) in an inert environment

  • except–

  • (A) carbon fibres having a specific modulus less than 5.08 × 106 m and a specific tensile strength less than 2.54 × 104 m;

  • (B) discontinuous, multiphase, polycrystalline alumina fibres in chopped fibre or random mat form, containing 3% by weight or more silica, having a specific modulus less than 10 × 106 m;

  • (C) molybdenum and molybdenum alloy fibres;

  • (D) discontinuous ceramic fibres having their melting point or sublimation point lower than 2,043K (1,770°C) in an inert environment;

  • (c) Resin or pitch-impregnated fibres (prepregs), metal or carbon-coated fibres (preforms) or carbon fibre preforms made with materials specified in head (a) or (b) above

  • (d) Composite structures, laminates and manufactures thereof for products and components made either with an organic matrix, a carbon matrix or a metal matrix utilising materials specified in head (a), (b) or (c) above

  • except–

  • manufactured products or composites not specified elsewhere in this Schedule.

  • (e) Technology for fibrous and filamentary materials and for composite structures and laminates, the following–

  • (1) technology which is unique to the spinning and subsequent treatment of precursor materials into fibres specially designed for processing into carbon filamentary materials specified in head (a) or (b) above

  • (2) technology for the production of fibrous and filamentary materials specified in head (a) or (b) above

  • (3) technology for the production of prepregs specified in head (c) above using pressure impregnation or chemical vapour deposition, and for preforms specified in head (c) above using vacuum or pressure impregnation of chemical vapour deposition

  • (4) technology for the development and production of composite structures, laminates and manufactures specified in head (d) above

  • (5) technology for rigidisation and densification processes specially designed for the manufacture of carbon-carbon composite materials, the following–

  • (i) for impregnation, infiltration or deposition into carbon fibre preforms

  • (ii) for carbonisation

  • (iii) for graphitisation

  • (iv) for hot isostatic pressing


In this entry–

  • 1. the term “fibrous and filamentary materials” includes:

    • (a) continuous monofilaments;

    • (b) continuous yarns and rovings;

    • (c) tapes, fabrics, random mats and braids;

    • (d) chopped fibres, staple fibres and coherent fibre blankets;

    • (e) whiskers, either monocrystalline or polycrystalline, of any length;

  • 2. “specific modulus” is Young’s modulus in pascals, equivalent to N/m2 divided by specific weight in N/m3 measured at a temperature of (296 ± 2) K ((23 ± 2)°C) and a relative humidity of (50 ± 5)%;

  • 3. “specific tensile” strength is ultimate tensile strength in pascals, equivalent to N/m2 divided by specific weight in N/m3 measured at a temperature of (296 ± 2) K (23 ± 2)°C) and a relative humidity of (50 ± 5)%;

  • 4. “carbon fibre preform” means an ordered arrangement of uncoated or coated fibres intended to constitute a framework of a part before the matrix is introduced to form a composite;

  • 5. “matrix” means a substantially continuous phase that fills the space between particles, whiskers or fibres;

  • 6. “composite” means a matrix and an additional phase or additional phases consisting of particles, whiskers, fibres or any combination thereof, present for a specific purpose or purposes.


Resaturated pyrolized (ie carbon-carbon) materials designed for use in goods specified in entry IL1465 or ML4



Preforms of glass or of any other material specially designed for the fabrication of optical fibres specified in head (b) or (c) in entry IL1526 in Group 3F relating to cable and wire


In this entry “optical fibre preforms” means bars, ingots, or rods of glass, plastic or other materials which have been specially processed for use in fabricating optical fibres.


Chemicals, the following–

  • (a) Ammonium hydrogen fluoride

  • (b) Arsenic trichloride

  • (c) Benzilic acid

  • (d) 2-chloroethanol

  • (e) Diethylaminoethanol

  • (f) Diethyl ethylphosphonate

  • (g) Diethyl methylphosphonite

  • (h) Diethyl-N, N-dimethylphosphoramidate

  • (i) Diethyl phosphite

  • (j) Di-isopropylamine

  • (k) Dimethylamine

  • (l) Dimethylamine hydrochloride

  • (m) Dimethyl ethylphosphonate

  • (n) Dimethyl methylphosphonate

  • (o) Dimethylphosphite

  • (p) Ethyl phosphinyl dichloride

  • (q) Ethyl phosphinyl difluoride

  • (r) Ethyl phosphonyl dichloride

  • (s) Ethyl phosphonyl difluoride

  • (t) 3-hydroxy-1-methylpiperidine

  • (u) Hydrogen fluoride

  • (v) Methyl benzilate

  • (w) Methyl phosphinyl dichloride

  • (x) Methyl phosphinyl difluoride

  • (y) Methyl phosphonyl dichloride

  • (z) Methyl phosphonyl difluoride

  • (aa) N,N-diisopropyl-(Beta)-aminoethane thiol

  • (bb) N,N-diisopropyl-(Beta)-amino ethanol

  • (cc) N,N-diisopropyl-(Beta)-aminoethyl chloride

  • (dd) O-ethyl-2-di-isopropylaminoethyl methylphosphonite

  • (ee) Pinacolone

  • (ff) Pinacolyl alcohol

  • (gg) Phosphorus oxychloride

  • (hh) Phosphorus pentachloride

  • (ii) Phosphorus pentasulphide

  • (jj) Phosphorus trichloride

  • (kk) Potassium bifluoride

  • (ll) Potassium cyanide

  • (mm) Potassium fluoride

  • (nn) 3-quinuclidinol

  • (oo) 3-quinuclidone

  • (pp) Sodium bifluoride

  • (qq) Sodium cyanide

  • (rr) Sodium fluoride

  • (ss) Sodium sulphide

  • (tt) Thiodiglycol

  • (uu) Thionyl chloride

  • (vv) Tri-ethanolamine

  • (ww) Triethyl phosphite

  • (xx) Trimethyl phosphite

Munitions List –Group 1
Acoustic devicesPL 5001
Additives, explosivesPL 5009
Aero-enginesML 10
Aiming devicesML 5
Airborne equipmentML 10b
AmmunitionML 3 and PL 5021
Amphibious vehiclesML 6
Anti-riot shields and devicesPL 5001
Armed vehiclesML 6
Armoured plateML 13a
Armoured railway trainsML 6
Automatic piloting systemsML 10
BiocatalystsML 7 and ML 25
Biological agentsML 7
Biological systemsML 7 and ML 25
BiopolymersML 7
Body armourML 13d
BombsML 4a
Breathing equipmentPL 5012
Bromobenzyl cyanideML 7
Bullet resistant clothingML 13
Bullet-proof clothingML 13
Cameras, reconnaissanceML 12
CannonML 2a
CarbinesML 1a
CastingsML 16
Chemical AgentsML 7
ChemicalsML 7
2-ChlorotriethylamineML 7
Chlorovinyldichloroarsine and
dichlorodivinylchloroarsine (Lewisite)ML 7
CompassesML 9
Construction equipmentML 17
Crash helmetsPL 5012
Cryogenic equipmentML 20
Defence equipment for toxicological agentsML 7
Demolition chargesML 4a
Depth chargesML 4a
Detection devices, underwaterPL 5010
DibenzoxazepineML 7
Dibromodimethyl etherML 7
Dichlorodimethyl etherML 7
2:2'-DichlorotriethylamineML 7
Diesel engines specially designed for submarinesML 9
Dichlorodiethyl sulphideML 7
DiphenylaminechloroarsineML 7
DiphenylchloroarsineML 7
DiphenylcyanoarsineML 7
Directed energy weaponsML 23
Dissemination equipment for toxicological agentsML 7
Diving apparatusML 17
Electric motorsML 9
Electrified riot control vehiclesPL 5001
Electronic equipment, militaryML 11
Environmental chambersML 19
Equipment for developmentPL 5017
Ethyl NN-dimethylphosphoramidocyanidateML 7
EthyldibromoarsineML 7
EthyldichloroarsineML 7
ExplosivesPL 5009
Field engineer equipmentML 17
Film processing and printing machinesML 12
Fire control equipmentML 5
Fire bombsML 4a
Flack suitsML 13
Flame throwersML 2
ForgingsML 16 and PL 5020
Fuel thickenersML 4c
FuelsPL 5009
GangchainsPL 5001
Gas generatorsML 2
Gas projectorsML 2b
GrenadesML 4a
Gun-carriersML 6
GunsML 2a
Half-tracksML 6
HelmetsML 13c
HowitzersML 2a
Hull connectorsML 9
Hull penetratorsML 9
Image intensifiersML 15
Imaging equipmentML 12
Incendiary bombsML 4a
Infrared equipmentML 12 and ML 15
isoPropyl methylphosphonofluoridateML 7
Kinetic energy weapon systemsML 26
Large calibre armamentsML 2
LasersML 23
Leg ironsPL 5001
LewisiteML 7
Machine gunsML 1a
Machine pistolsML 1a
MethyldichloroarsineML 7
Microwave weapon systemsML 23
Military aircraftML 10a
Military helicoptersML 10a
MinesML 4a
Missiles, guided or unguidedML 4a
Mobile repair shopsML 6
monoChloromethyl chloroformateML 7
MortarsML 2a
Mountings for machine gunsPL 5003
Mustard gasML 7
Naval equipmentML 9
Non-magnetic diesel enginesML 9
oChlorobenzylidenemalononitrile (cChlorobenzalmalononcitrile)ML 7
ParachutesPL 5012
Particle beam systemsML 23
Phenylacyl chloride (w-chloroacetophenone)ML 7
Phenylcabylamine chloride (phenylaminocarbonyl chloride)ML 7
PhenyldibromoarsineML 7
PhenyldichloroarsineML 7
Photographic equipmentML 12
Pinacolyl methylphosphonofluoridateML 7
PistolsML 1a
Precursors, explosivesPL 5009
Pressure suitsPL 5012
Production equipment, militaryML 18
Production technology, militaryML 18
Projectile launchersML 2a
ProjectilesML 3 and PL 5021
PropellantsPL 5009
Pyrotechnic generatorsML 2
Pyrotechnic projectorsML 2b
PyrotechnicsPL 5009
Pyrotechnic flare signalsML 4a
Radioactive materialsML 7
RadomesPL 5019
Range findersML 5
Recoilless riflesML 2a
Recovery vehiclesML 6
RefuellingML 10c
RevolversML 1a
RiflesML 1a
Riot control equipmentPL 5001
Riot control vehicles, electrifiedPL 5001
Rocket launchersML 2a
RocketsML 4a
SearchlightsML 17c
Self-propelled gunsML 6
Semi-finished productsML 16 and PL 5020
ShacklesPL 5001
Shutters, electronically triggeredML 22
Sighting devicesML 5
Silencers, firearmML 17b
Silent bearingsML 9
Small armsML 1
Smoke canistersML 4a
Smoke generatorsML 2
Smoke grenadesML 4a
Smoke projectorsML 2b
Smooth bore weaponsML 1
SoftwareML 24
Stabilisers, explosivesPL 5009
Submarine netsML 9
SubmarinesML 9
Superconductive equipmentML 20
Surface vesselsML 9
Tank destroyersML 2a
TanksML 6
Tear gasML 7
Technology for developmentPL 5017
Telescopic sightsPL 5002
Thermal imaging equipmentML 15
TorpedoesML 4a
Torpedo netsML 9
Toxicological agentsML 7
Trailers, ammunitionML 6
Training equipmentML 14
2:2':2" TrichlorotriethylamineML 7
Underwater detection devicesML 9
Underwater swimming apparatusML 17a
Underwater vesselsML 9
Unmanned airborne vehiclesML 10
VehiclesML 6
Vehicles modified for military useML 6
VesselsML 9
Water cannonPL 5001
Weapons using caseless ammunitionML 1
Atomic and Nuclear Lists–Group 2
Beryllium (metal compounds and products)A 9
BlowersPL 6013
CalciumPL 6005
Chemical exchange separation unitsB 1
Chlorine trifluoridePL 6003
CompressorsPL 6013
Deuterated paraffinsA 3
DeuteriumA 3
Deuterium production plantB 5
Electrolytic cells (fluorine production)C 3
Electromagnetic separation unitsB 1
Fabrication plant, fuel elementB 4
Fissile materialsA 1
Fluorinated hydrocarbon polymersPL 6014
FluorinePL 6002
Fluorine productionC 3
Frequency changers, gas centrifugeC 6
Fuel element fabrication plantB 4
Gas centrifugesB 1
Gas centrifuges, manufacturePL 6007
Gaseous diffusion barriersB 1
Gaseous diffusion housingsB 1
Gaseous diffusion separation unitsB 1
Graphite, nuclear-gradePL 6011
Hafnium (metal, alloys and compounds)A 8
Heat exchangersB 1 and B 3
Heat source materialsA 13
Heavy waterA 3
Heavy water production plantB 5
Isotope separation equipment, lithiumC 4
Isotope separation, special materialsA 14
Isotopic separation plantsB 1
Jet nozzle separation unitsB 1
Laser isotopic separation unitsB 1
Lithium (metal, compounds and alloys)A 7
Lithium isotope separationC 4
Lithium, process control equipmentPL 6010
Magnesium alloysPL 6006
Mass spectrometer sourcesPL 6008
Mass spectrometersPL 6008
Materials for isotope separationA 14
Military nuclear reactorsC 2
Neutron generator systemsC 1
Nickel powderA 5
Nuclear reactorsB 3
Plants, reprocessingB 2
Plants, separationB 1
Plasma separation unitsB 1
PlutoniumA 1 and A 13
Porous nickel metalA 5
Power generating systems, nuclear reactorC 2
Pressure gaugesPL 6009
Process control equipmentPL 6010
Process control instrumentationPL 6010
Production equipment, tritiumC 5
Production plant, deuteriumB 5
Production plant, heavy waterB 5
Production plant, uranium hexafluorideB 6
Propulsion equipment, nuclearC 2
Reaction generator systemsC 1
Reactors, nuclearB 3
Recovery equipment, tritiumC 5
Reprocessing plantsB 2
ThoriumPL 6001
Tritium (compounds, mixtures and products)A 12
Tritium production equipmentC 5
Tritium recovery equipmentC 5
Uranium hexafluoride production plantB 6
Uranium, natural or depletedA 1 and A 2
ValvesB 1
Vortex separation unitsB 1
Zirconium (metal, compounds, alloys and products)A 4
Industrial List–Group 3
A-to-D convertersIL 1564 a, IL 1568, PL 7038 and PL 7039
Absorbers, electromagnetic wavesIL 1561
Absorbers, hair typeIL 1561
Absorbers, non-planar and planarIL 1561
Absorbers, paintIL 1561
Accelerometer manufactureIL 1385
AccelerometersIL 1485 f
Acoustic positioning systemsIL 1510
Acoustic projectorsIL 1510 a
Acoustic test equipmentIL 1362 b
Acoustic wave devicesIL 1586
Acousto-optic signal-processing devicesIL 1586 c
Active flight control technologyIL 1460 b
ADCsIL 1564 a, IL 1568, and PL 7038
Aero-engine designIL 1361
Aero-engine technologyIL 1460
Aero-enginesIL 1460
Air independent power systemsIL 1417 h
Airborne communication equipmentIL 1501 a and IL 1531 c
AircraftIL 1460, PL 7016 and PL 7010
Aircraft componentsPL 7011
Aircraft control technologyIL 1460 b
Aircraft design equipment and facilitiesIL 1361
Aircraft fastener inspection equipmentIL 1081
Aircraft fastener manufacturing equipmentIL 1081
Aircraft inspection equipmentIL 1081
Aircraft manufacturing equipmentIL 1081
Aircraft propulsion systems technologyIL 1460 b
Aircraft technologyIL 1460 b
Align and expose equipmentIL 1355 b 2
Alloyed materialsIL 1610 c
AltimetersIL 1501 b
Aluminides of titaniumIL 1672
Alumium alloysPL 7001
Ammonium hydrogen fluoridePL 7007
Amorphous alloy stripsIL 1631 f
Analogue computersIL 1565
Analogue exchangesIL 1567 b
Analogue tape recordersIL 1572 a
Analogue transmission equipmentIL 1519
Analogue to digital convertersIL 1564 a, IL 1568 and PL 7038
Anechoic chambersPL 7041
Angular measuring instrumentsIL 1099 c
Annealing furnacesIL 1355 b 1
AntennasIL 1537, IL 1501 and 1520
Application softwareIL 1566 a, b
Aromatic polyamidesIL 1746 c
Arsenic trichloridePL 7007
Articulated manipulatorsIL 1417 d
Artificial intelligenceIL 1566 b
Assemblies with mounted componentsIL 1564
Assemblies, electronicIL 1564
ATEIL 1355 b 7
Atmosphere regeneration systemsIL 1417 a
Autoclave regulation technologyPL 7045
Automatic pilotsIL 1485 e
Automatic test equipmentIL 1355 b 7
Auxiliary power unitsIL 1460 d
Base materialsIL 1733
BatteriesIL 1205 a
Bearings, anti-frictionIL 1371
Benzilic acidPL 7007
Bipolar random access memoriesIL 1564 a
Bit-slice microprocessor microcircuitsIL 1564 a
BondersIL 1355
Boric oxideIL 1757 i
Boring millsIL 1091 b
Boron compositesIL 1715
Boron, compounds and mixturesIL 1715 and PL 7006
Brayton cycle enginesIL 1417 h
Bubble memory processing equipmentIL 1355 b 1
Bulk acoustic wave devicesIL 1586
Burst transmitters and receiversPL 7003
Butadiene polymersIL 1746 k
CableIL 1526 and IL 1754 c
Cable manufacturing equipmentIL 1353
CadmiumIL 1757 e
Calibrating equipmentIL 1529
CamerasIL 1585
Cameras, underwaterIL 1417 e
CapacitorsIL 1560
Carbon-carbonPL 7046
Carbon fibreIL 1763
Carboxyl terminated polybutadienesIL 1746 k 1
CathodesIL 1558
Cathodic arc deposition production equipmentIL 1388 f
Cellular radio communications equipmentIL 1531 d
Centralised network controlIL 1567 b
Ceramic base materialsIL 1733
Ceramic packages for integrated circuitsIL 1564 b
Ceramic-ceramic composite materialsIL 1733
Channel estimatorsIL 1520 b
Characterisation equipmentIL 1353
Chemical vapour deposition (CVD)IL 1355b 1 and IL 1388 a
Chemical vapour deposition equipmentIL 1355 b 1 and IL 1388 a
ChemicalsPL 7007
2-chloroethanolPL 7007
Cipher equipmentIL 1527
Civil aviation communication networksIL 1567 b
Clean air filtersIL 1355 b 8
Closed ventilation systems, marineIL 1416 d
CMOS monolithic integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
CNC, (computer numerical control)IL 1091 a
Coating technologyIL 1389
Coatings for reduced visibilityPL 7043
Coaxial cableIL 1526 d
Cold cathode tubesPL 7023
Comb frequency generatorsIL 1529 e
Combined cycle enginesPL 7026
Combined recognitionIL 1565 h
Combustion system testingIL 1361
Common channel signallingIL 1567 b
Communication equipmentIL 1519 and IL 1567
Compass manufactureIL 1385
CompassesIL 1485 a
CompilersIL 1529 k
Components and parts for machine toolsIL 1091 d
Components for aircraft and helicoptersPL 7011
Components, electronicIL 1564
Composite conductorsIL 1675 c
Composite production equipmentIL 1357
Composite structuresIL 1763 c
Compound semiconductor processingIL 1355 b 1
Compound semiconductorsIL 1564 a
Computer disc cartridgesIL 1572 d
Computer disc packsIL 1572 d
Computer tapeIL 1572 d
Computer-aided design of semiconductorsIL 1355 b 2
Computer-aided design softwareIL 1566 a
Computer-aided inspection softwareIL 1566 a
Computer-aided manufacture softwareIL 1566 a
Computer-aided test softwareIL 1566 a
ComputersIL 1565
Controllers, robotIL 1391 b
Converter integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
ConvertersIL 1568
Cooling fluidsIL 1710 d
Cross-connect equipmentIL 1519
Crossed-field amplifier tubesIL 1558 b
Crossed-field oscillator tubesIL 1558 b
CruciblesIL 1355 b 1
Cryptographic equipmentIL 1527
Crystal pullersIL 1355 b 1
CVD, (chemical vapour deposition)IL 1355, IL 1388 and IL 1389
D-to-A convertersIL 1564 a and IL 1568
DACsIL 1564 a and IL 1568
Damping fluidsIL 1710 c
Data (message) switchingIL 1565 h 1 and IL 1567
Data communication protocol analysersIL 1529 j
Database management systemsIL 1566 c
Dayem bridgesIL 1574
Deep submergence vehiclesIL 1418
Definitions, SPC communication switchingIL 1567
Degaussing, vesselIL 1416 d
DensitometersIL 1534
Deposition equipmentIL 1388
Depth soundersIL 1510
Detection equipmentIL 1502
Development systemsIL 1565 h 1 and IL 1566 b
Device testersIL 1355 b 7
Di-isopropylaminePL 7007
Diagnostic systemsIL 1566 b
Die bondersIL 1355 b 5
Diesel engine technologyIL 1401
Diethyl ethylphosphonatePL 7007
Diethyl methylphosphonitePL 7007
Diethyl-N, N-dimethylphosphoramidatePL 7007
Diethyl-phosphitePL 7007
Diethylamine hydrochloridePL 7007
DiethylaminoethanolPL 7007
Diffractive type optical elementsIL 1556 d
Diffusion bonding technologyIL 1001
Diffusion furnacesIL 1355 b 1
Digital computer definitionIL 1565
Digital computersIL 1565 e, f and h
Digital countersIL 1529 g
Digital exchangesIL 1567
Digital recording equipmentIL 1572 a
Digital reproducing equipmentIL 1572 a
Digital signal processorsIL 1564 a
Digital synchronising circuitryIL 1567 b
Digital tape recordersIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Digital to analogue converters, electricalIL 1568 b
Digital voltage measuring apparatusIL 1529 i
Digital-to-analogue convertersIL 1564 a and IL 1568
Digitally controlled radio receiversIL 1531 d
Dimensional inspection systems or devicesIL 1099
Dimethyl ethylphosphonatePL 7007
Dimethyl methylphosphonatePL 7007
DimethylaminePL 7007
DimethylphosphitePL 7007
Direct numerical control (DNC) systemsIL 1091 c
Direction finding equipmentIL 1501 b
Directional couplersIL 1537 c
Disc cartridgesIL 1572 d
Disc drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Disc packsIL 1572 d
DisplaysIL 1565 h
DNCIL 1091 c
Doppler systemsIL 1501 b and c
DRAMsIL 1564 a
Drum drivesIL 1565 h
Dry etchersIL 1355 b 1
DVMsIL 1529 i
Dynamic adaptive routingIL 1567 b
Dynamic random access memoriesIL 1564 a
Dynamic signal analysersIL 1533 b
EAROMsIL 1564 a
Electrical discharge machines (EDM)IL 1091 b
Electrical, electronic equipment PL 7004
(reduced electromagnetic radiation)
Electro-chemical devicesIL 1205 a
Electrolyte cellsIL 1205 a
Electron beam deposition systemsIL 1355 b 1 and IL 1388 c
Electron beam microfabrication systemsIL 1355 b 1
Electron beam physical vapour depositionIL 1388 c
Electron beam test systemsIL 1355 b 9
Electron tubesIL 1555
Electron tubes for electron streak camerasIL 1555
Electron tubes for framing camerasIL 1555
Electron tubes for image conversionIL 1555 a
Electron tubes for image intensificationIL 1555 a
Electron tubes for television camerasIL 1555 b
Electron tubes for video camerasIL 1555 b
Electronic assembliesIL 1564
Electronic componentsIL 1564
Electronic components, manufacture and testIL 1355
Electronic equipment, reduced radiationPL 7004
Electronic instrumentsIL 1529
Electronic material, manufacture and testIL 1355
Electronic vacuum tubesIL 1558
Elements for optical tubesIL 1556
EncodersIL 1568 d
EncryptionIL 1527, IL 1565 and IL 1566
End effectors, robotIL 1391 c
Environmental chambersPL 7041
Epitaxial growth equipmentIL 1355 b 1
Ethyl phosphinyl dichloridePL 7007
Ethyl phosphinyl difluoridePL 7007
Ethyl phosphonyl dichloridePL 7007
Ethyl phosphonyl difluoridePL 7007
ExchangesIL 1567
Expert systemsIL 1566 b
Facsimile equipmentIL 1519 and IL 1572
Fault toleranceIL 1565 h
Fibre optic connectorsIL 1526 e
Fibre opticsIL 1526 b and c
Fibre production equipmentIL 1357
Fibre-optic bundlesIL 1556 a
Fibre-optic cableIL 1526 c and d
Fibre-optic connector manufactureIL 1359
Fibre-optic couplersIL 1526 e
Fibre-optic manufacturing equipmentIL 1353
Fibre-optic platesIL 1556 a
Fibrous and filamentary material productionIL 1357
Fibrous and filamentary materialsIL 1763
Fibrous material production equipmentIL 1357 d
Filament winding machinesIL 1357
Filamentary material production equipmentIL 1357 d
Fish findersIL 1510
Flash discharge type X-ray systemsIL 1553
Flash discharge type X-ray tubesIL 1553
Flatbed measurement instrumentsIL 1355 b 4
Flatbed microdensitometersIL 1534
Flexible disc drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Flexible disc mediaIL 1572 d
Flight data recordersIL 1572 a
Flight instrument systemsIL 1485 b
Floppy disc drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Floppy disc mediaIL 1572 d
Flotation fluidsIL 1710 c
Flow forming machinesPL 7031
Fluorinated coated electric wire and cableIL 1754 c
Fluorinated compounds and manufacturesIL 1754
Focal plane arrayIL 1548 d
Frequency agile radio systemsIL 1516 c
Frequency generatorsIL 1529 e
Frequency standardsIL 1529 c
Frequency synthesizersIL 1531
Fuel cellsIL 1205 a
Functional testersIL 1355 b 7
Furnaces for the densification of compositesPL 7033
Fuzzy logicIL 1564 a
GalliumIL 1757 b
Gas turbine blade or vane manufactureIL 1080
Gas turbine blade or vane technologyIL 1080
Gas turbine blade or vane testingIL 1080
Gas turbine engine inspection equipmentIL 1086
Gas turbine engine manufactureIL 1086
Gas turbine engines, marineIL 1431
Gate arraysIL 1564
Gear finishing machineryIL 1088
Gear making machineryIL 1088
Geodetic equipmentIL 1502
Geodetic positioning systemsIL 1501 b
GeophonesIL 1510
Glass preforms for optical fibresIL 1767
Global positioning satellite receiversIL 1501 b
Graphic acceleratorsIL 1565 h
Graphic coprocessorsIL 1565 h
Graphic displaysIL 1565 h
Graphic instrumentsIL 1572 c
GraphitesPL 7034
GravimetersIL 1595
Gravity gradiometersIL 1595
Gravity metersIL 1595
Grinding machinesPL 7005
Ground support vehiclesPL 7037
Ground vibration equipmentIL 1362 c
Gyro-astro compassesIL 1485 c
Gyro-stabilizersIL 1485 d
Gyroscopes manufactureIL 1385
GyroscopesIL 1485 g
GyrotronsIL 1558 e and IL 1573
Hard surface coated substratesIL 1355 b 2
Helicopter componentsPL 7011
Helicopter power transfer systemsIL 1460 c
HelicoptersIL 1460, PL 7016 and PL 7010
Hemishell inspection systemsIL 1099 d
Hetero-epitaxial materialsIL 1757 d
High energy storage capacitorsIL 1560
High speed camerasIL 1585
High speed shuttersIL 1585
Hollow microspheres (microballoons)IL 1759 b
Hot cap sealersIL 1355 b 5
Hot die forging technologyIL 1001
Hot isostatic densification technologyIL 1001
HovercraftIL 1416 b
HullsIL 1416 h
Hybrid computersIL 1565 d
Hybrid integrated circuitsIL 1564
Hydraulic pressing technologyIL 1001
HydridesIL 1757 m
Hydroclave regulation technologyPL 7045
Hydrofoil vesselsIL 1416 a
Hydrogen fluoridePL 7007
HydrophonesIL 1510
3-hydroxy-1-methylpiperidinePL 7007
ICsIL 1564
Image enhancementIL 1565 h 1
Image transfer equipmentIL 1355 b 2
In-circuit testersIL 1355 b 7
Incremental recordersIL 1572 a
IndiumIL 1757 c
Inert gas atomising production equipmentPL 7031 a
Inert gas induction furnacesPL 7019
Inertial equipmentIL 1485 i
Inertial equipment manufactureIL 1385
Inertial navigation systemsIL 1485
Inertial test equipmentIL 1385 b
Infrared systemsIL 1502
Infrared thermal imaging equipmentIL 1502
Infrared viewing equipmentIL 1502
Input/output control equipmentIL 1565 h
Instrument frequency synthesizersIL 1531 b
Instrumentation recordersIL 1572 a
Instrumentation tapeIL 1572 d
Instruments, electronicIL 1529
Integrated circuit testersIL 1355 b 7
Integrated circuitsIL 1564
Interlacing machinesIL 1357
Interpretation of imageIL 1565 h
Ion beam systemsIL 1355 b 10
Ion implantation production equipmentIL 1355 b 1 and IL 1388 b
Ion implantationIL 1355 b 1 and IL 1388 b
ISDN ICsIL 1564 a
Isostatic pressesIL 1312 and PL 7032
Jet engine production equipmentPL 7044
Josephson-effect devicesIL 1574
Key telephone systemsIL 1567 b
KlystronsIL 1558 c and d
Laser ring gyro test equipmentIL 1385 a
LasersIL 1522 a
Launch vehiclesIL 1465 b
Lidar equipmentPL 7021 b
Light systems for underwater useIL 1417 f
Line-width measurement equipmentIL 1355 b 4
Linear arraysIL 1548 d
Linear displacement measuring devicesIL 1099 c
Linear induction motorsIL 1370 c
Liquid phase epitaxy (LPE)IL 1355 b 1
Lithium niobateIL 1757 k
Lithographic equipment, semiconductorIL 1355 b 2
Local area networksIL 1565 h and IL 1567 a
Logic analysersIL 1529 b
Loran C equipmentIL 1501 b
Low temperature devicesIL 1574
Low temperature superconductive materialsIL 1675
LPE, (liquid phase epitaxy)IL 1355 b 1
Lubricating fluidsIL 1710 a
Lubricating materialsIL 1710 b
Machine toolsIL 1091 b
Machine tools for grindingIL 1091 b and PL 7005
Machine tools for removing materialIL 1091 b
Machine tools for turningIL 1091 b
Machining centresIL 1091 b
Magnetic compensation systemsIL 1571 c
Magnetic disc coating equipmentIL 1358
Magnetic disc mediaIL 1572 d
Magnetic media testing equipmentIL 1358
Magnetic metalsIL 1631
Magnetic tapeIL 1572 d
Magnetic tape recordersIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Magnetometer systemsIL 1571
MagnetometersIL 1571
MagnetronsIL 1558 b
Maintenance systemsIL 1566 b
Manned underwater vehiclesIL 1418 b
Maraging steelsPL 7002
Marine systemsIL 1510
Mask alignersIL 1355 b 2
Mask fabrication equipmentIL 1355 b 2
Mask inspection equipmentIL 1355 b 2
Masks, semiconductorIL 1355 b 2
Measuring equipmentIL 1529
Memory integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Metal alloy powderIL 1610 b
Metal alloy powder production systems and componentsIL 1310
Metal alloy production systems and componentsIL 1310
Metal alloysIL 1610 a
Metal oxide semiconductor memoriesIL 1564 a
Metal powder compaction technologyIL 1001
Metal-organic chemical vapour depositionIL 1355 b 1
Metal working technologyIL 1001
Metallo-organic compoundsIL 1757 1
Metallo-organic materialsIL 1733 d
Methyl benzilatePL 7007
Methyl phosphinyl dichloridePL 7007
Methyl phosphinyl difluoridePL 7007
Methyl phosphonyl dichloridePL 7007
Methyl phosphonyl difluoridePL 7007
Microchannel platesIL 1556 b
Microcomputer microcircuitsIL 1564
MicrodensitometersIL 1534
Microprocessor development systemsIL 1529 k and IL 1565 h 1
Microprocessor microcircuitsIL 1564
Microprocessor support integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Microwave amplifiersIL 1537 h
Microwave assembliesIL 1537
Microwave equipmentIL 1537
Microwave radio linksIL 1520 a
Millimetric wave equipmentIL 1537
Milling machinesIL 1091 b
Mixers for propellantsPL 7030
MOCVDIL 1355 b 1
ModemsIL 1519 a
ModulesIL 1564
Modules with mounted componentsIL 1564
Moisture and particulate separator systemsIL 1416 g
Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)IL 1355 b 1
Molybdenum alloy fibreIL 1763
Molybdenum alloy particlesPL 7036
Molybdenum fibreIL 1763
Molybdenum particlesPL 7036
Monocrystalline siliconIL 1757 a
Monolithic integrated circuitsIL 1564
Multi-data-stream processingIL 1565 h
Multichip integrated circuitsIL 1564
Multiplex equipmentIL 1519
N,N-diisopropyl-(beta)-amino ethanolPL 7007
N,N-diisopropyl-(beta)-aminoethane thiolPL 7007
N,N-diisopropyl-(beta)-aminoethyl chloridePL 7007
Navigation equipmentIL 1501 b
Network analyzersIL 1533 c
Network management protocolIL 1567 b
Networking equipmentIL 1565 h
Neural networksIL 1564 a
Nickel based alloysIL 1672 b
Niobium-titanium wireIL 1675 b
NMOS monolithic integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Non-composite ceramic materialsIL 1733
Non-fluorinated polymeric substancesIL 1746 a
Non-rechargeable batteriesIL 1205 a
NozzlesPL 7025 a
Numerical control (NC) unitsIL 1091 a
Numerically controlled machine toolsIL 1091
O-ethyl-2-di-isopropylaminoethyl methylphosphonitePL 7007
Ocean cableIL 1526 a
Operating systemsIL 1566 b
Optical disk drivesIL 1565 h
Optical elementsIL 1556
Optical elements, diffractive typeIL 1556 d
Optical fibre cableIL 1526 c
Optical fibre characterisation equipmentIL 1353
Optical fibre connectorsIL 1526 e
Optical fibre couplersIL 1526 e
Optical fibre manufacturing equipmentIL 1353
Optical fibre sensorsIL 1526 d
Optical fibresIL 1526 c and d
Optical integrated circuitsIL 1564
Optical quality surface manufactureIL 1370
Oxidation furnacesIL 1355 b 1
Oxygen/carbon content measuring equipmentIL 1355 b 4
PABXsIL 1567 b
Packet switchingIL 1567
Panoramic radio receiversIL 1516 a
Parametric amplifiersIL 1537 h
Particle measuring systemsIL 1355 b 11
PCBs with mounted componentsIL 1564
PCM testersIL 1519 d
PelliclesIL 1355 b 2
PeniotronsIL 1558 e
Peripheral equipmentIL 1565 h
Phase slip devicesIL 1574
Phased array antennaIL 1537 d
Phosphorus oxychloridePL 7007
Phosphorus pentachloridePL 7007
Phosphorus trichloridePL 7007
Photo-enhanced reactorsIL 1355 b 1
Photo-voltaic cellsIL 1205 b
PhotocathodesIL 1556 c
Photoconductive cellsIL 1548
PhotodiodesIL 1548
Photographic equipmentIL 1585
Photographic filmIL 1585
PhotolithographyIL 1355 b 2
Photomultiplier tubesIL 1549
Photosensitive componentsIL 1548
PhototransistorsIL 1548
PinacoloneIL 7007
Pinacolyl alcoholPL 7007
Pipe valvesPL 7017
PLAsIL 1564
Plasma enhanced chemical vapour depositionIL 1355 b 1
Plasma etchers, semiconductorIL 1355 b 1
Plasma spraying production equipmentIL 1388 d
Plasma-enhanced reactorsIL 1355 b 1
PMOS monolithic integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
PolenzimidazolesIL 1746 b
PolenzothiazolesIL 1746 d
PolybenzoxozolesIL 1746 i
Polycrystalline alumina fibreIL 1763
Polycrystalline siliconIL 1757 f
Polycrystalline silicon productionIL 1355 b 1
PolyimidesIL 1746 a
Polymeric materialsIL 1733 d and IL 1754 b
PolyoxadiazolesIL 1746 e
PolyphosphazenesIL 1746 f
PolyphosphonitrilesIL 1746 f
Polystyrylpyridine (PSP)IL 1746 g
Position enodersIL 1568 d
Positioning equipmentIL 1501 b
Positioning systems, acousticIL 1510
Potassium bifluoridePL 7007
Potassium cyanidePL 7007
Potassium fluoridePL 7007
Potassium trichloridePL 7007
Power sources, radio-activeIL 1205 c
Precursor materialsIL 1733
Preform characterisation equipmentIL 1353
Preforms of glassIL 1767
Presses, isostaticIL 1312 and PL 7032
Pressure regulatorsPL 7017
Primary cellsIL 1205 a
Private automatic exchangesIL 1567 b
Programmable logic arraysIL 1564
Programmable read only memoriesIL 1564 a
Programming systemsIL 1566 b
PROMsIL 1564 a
Propellant production equipmentPL 7029 a
Propellants for spacecraftPL 7028
Propeller hubsIL 1416
Propellers, marineIL 1416
Propulsion systems, spacecraftIL 1465 c
Proximity-effect devicesIL 1574
Pullers, semiconductor crystalIL 1355 b 1
PulsejetsPL 7026
Pumpjet systemsIL 1416 f
PumpsIL 1131 and PL 7018
Pyrolitic deposition systemsPL 7025
Pyrolitic deposition technologyPL 7025 a
Pyrolitic detectorsIL 1548
Quadrature amplitude modulation technologyIL 1520 d
Quartz crystalsPL 5026
Quasiparticle devices or detectorsIL 1574
3-quinuclidinolPL 7007
3-quinuclidonePL 7007
Radar equipmentIL 1501 c
Radiation hard integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Radio equipmentIL 1520 a, IL 1516, IL 1517 and IL 1531
Radio receiversIL 1516 and IL 1531 d
Radio relay communication equipmentIL 1520
Radio transmittersIL 1517 and IL 1531 e
Radiographic equipmentPL 7042
RAMsIL 1564 a
RamjetsPL 7026
Random access memoriesIL 1564 a
Rankine cycle enginesIL 1417 h
Read only memoriesIL 1564 a
Real time processingIL 1565 h 1
Rechargeable batteriesIL 1205 a
Recording equipmentIL 1572
Recording equipment using lasersIL 1572 b
Recording mediaIL 1572 d
Reproducing equipmentIL 1572
Reproducing equipment using lasersIL 1572 b
Resaturated pyrolized materialsPL 7046
Reserve batteriesIL 1205 a
Resin or pitch-impregnated fibres (prepregs)IL 1763 d
Resist materialsIL 1757 j
Resolvers, solid stateIL 1568 c
ReticlesIL 1355 b 2
Robot controllersIL 1391 b
RobotsIL 1391 a
Rocket engine production equipmentPL 7044
ROMsIL 1564 d
Ruggedized computersIL 1565 f
Sample and hold integrated circuitsIL 1564 d
Sapphire substratesIL 1757 h
Satellite communications equipmentIL 1520
Satellite navigation equipmentIL 1501 b
SAWsIL 1586
Scalar network analyzersIL 1533 d
Scanning electron microscopesIL 1355 b 1
ScramjetsPL 7026
Secondary cellsIL 1205 a
Seismic/geophysical recordersIL 1572 a
SEMsIL 1355
Semiconductor CADIL 1355 b 2
Semiconductor photodiodesIL 1548 b
Semiconductor phototransistorsIL 1548 b
Semiconductor processing equipmentsIL 1355 b 1
Sensors, robotIL 1391 c
Separator systems, vesselIL 1416
Ships, craftIL 1416 and PL 7009
Signal analyzersIL 1533 a
Signal generatorsIL 1529 and IL 1351
Signal processingIL 1565 h
Signal processing devicesIL 1586
SiliconIL 1757
Silicon microcomputer microcircuitsIL 1564 a
Silicon microprocessor microcircuitsIL 1564 a
Simulators, EMI/EMPIL 1361
SIS devicesIL 1574
SNS bridgesIL 1574
Sodium bifluoridePL 7007
Sodium cyanidePL 7007
Sodium fluoridePL 7007
Sodium sulphidePL 7007
SoftwareIL 1566
Software definitionsIL 1566
Software, technologyIL 1566 c
Solar cellsIL 1205 b
Solid state storage equipmentIL 1565 h
Solid state switchesPL 7022
Sonar systemsIL 1510
Space division analogue exchangesIL 1567 b
Space-division digital exchangeIL 1567
SpacecraftIL 1465 a
SPC communication switchingIL 1567
SPC communication switching technologyIL 1567 c
SPC telegraph circuit switchingIL 1567 b
SPC telephone circuit switchingIL 1567 b
SPC telephone circuit switching exchangesIL 1567
Spectrum analyzersIL 1533
Spread spectrum receiversIL 1516 c
SPS circuit switchingIL 1565 h l and IL 1567
Sputter deposition production equipmentIL 1388 e
Sputtering equipmentIL 1355 b l and IL 1388 e
SRAMsIL 1564 d
Static random access memoriesIL 1564 a
Statistical multiplexersIL 1519 and IL 1567
Steel alloyPL 7002
Steerable parachutesPL 7016
Step and repeat camerasIL 1355 b 2
Stirling cycle enginesIL 1417 h
Storage integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Store and forwardIL 1567
Stored programme controlled communicationsIL 1567
Streak camerasIL 1585 d
Streamer tape drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Submersible systemsIL 1417
SubmersiblesIL 1418
SubstratesIL 1564
Superconducting materialsIL 1574
Superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUID)IL 1754
Superconductive electromagnetsIL 1573
Superconductive materialsIL 1675
Superconductive solenoidsIL 1573
Superplastic forming technologyIL 1001
Support integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Surface acoustic wave devicesIL 1586
Surface-effect vehiclesIL 1416 b
SWATH vesselsIL 1416 c
Syntactic foamIL 1759
Synthesized radiosIL 1531
Synthesized signal generatorsIL 1531 b
TantalumPL 7012
Tantalum cruciblesPL 7012
Tape drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Tape-laying machinesIL 1357
Technology (computers)IL 1565 j
Technology for atomising processesPL 7031 b
Technology for fibrous and filamentary materialsIL 1763 e
Technology, coatingIL 1389
Technology, communication switchingIL 1567 c
Technology, softwareIL 1566 c
Telecommunication transmission equipmentIL 1519
Telecontrol equipmentPL 7020
Telegraph circuit switchingIL 1567 b
Telemetering equipmentPL 7020
Telephone circuit switchingIL 1567 b
TelluriumIL 1757 e
Terminal exchangeIL 1567
Test benches for rockets/rocket motorsPL 7045
Testing equipment, electronicIL 1529
TetrodesIL 1558 a
Thermoplastic liquid crystal copolyestersIL 1746 h
ThiodiglycolPL 7007
Thionyl chloridePL 7007
ThrustersIL 1362 a
Time-division analogue exchangesIL 1567 b
Time-division digital exchangeIL 1567
Timing receiversIL 1501 b
Titanium aluminidesIL 1672
Titanium based alloysIL 1672
Towed hydrophone arraysIL 1510
Tracking equipmentIL 1502
TranscodersIL 1519
TransducersIL 1510 and IL 1568
Transit exchangeIL 1567
Transmission equipmentIL 1519
Transmission media simulatorsIL 1520 b
Transmitter-amplifiersIL 1517
TransmittersIL 1517
Travelling wave tubesIL 1558 c
Tri-ethanolaminePL 7007
Triggered spark gapsPL 7023
Triethyl phosphatePL 7007
Trimethyl phosphitePL 7007
Trimming of monolithic integrated circuitsIL 1355 b l
TriodesIL 1558 a
Tropospheric scatter communication equipmentIL 1520 and PL 7008
TubesIL 1558
Tungsten alloy particlesPL 7035
Tungsten particlesPL 7035
UbitronsIL 1558 e
Ultrasonic detecting equipmentIL 1502
Ultrasonic equipmentIL 1502
Ultrasonic positioning equipmentIL 1502
Underwater camerasIL 1417 e
Underwater communication cableIL 1526 e
Underwater vehiclesIL 1418
Underwater vision systemsIL 1417 c
Unencapsulated integrated circuitsIL 1564 a
Unfinished wafersIL 1564 a
User-accessible microprogrammabilityIL 1565 h
Vacuum atomising production equipmentPL 7031 a
Vacuum induction furnacesPL 7019
Vacuum photodiodesIL 1548 a
ValvesPL 7018
Vessel modelsIL 1363
Vessel propulsion systemsIL 1416
VesselsIL 1416 and PL 7007
Vibration test equipmentIL 1362
Video camerasIL 1585 f
Video recordersIL 1572 a
Video tapeIL 1572 a and d
Vision systems, robotIL 1391
Wafer defect inspection equipmentIL 1355 b 3
Wafer polishersIL 1355 b 1
Wafer probersIL 1355 b 6
Water tunnelsIL 1363
WaveguidesIL 1537
Waving machinesIL 1357
Weak-link devicesIL 1574
Wide area networksIL 1565 h and IL 1567 a
Wide swath bathymetric survey systemsIL 1510 a
Winchester disc drivesIL 1565 h and IL 1572 a
Wind tunnel, instrumentationIL 1361
Wind tunnel, modelsIL 1361
Wind tunnelsIL 1361
Wire bondersIL 1355 b 5
X-ray systemsIL 1553
X-ray tubesIL 1553
Zone-refining equipmentIL 1355 b 1

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