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13.02.2016

Type of cables

LIST of cables and wires used on inland and mixed (river - sea)

 

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Design

Preferred area of application

1. KNR

Rubber insulated cables sheathed in rubber oil-resistant, flame retardant

The power and lighting networks, control circuits, signaling and interinstrument connections, with voltage up to 690 V ac or 1200 V dc; for fixed installation indoors and on the outdoor deck, if protected from direct solar radiation

2. KNRE

Same as in the general screen of tinned copper wires

However, including the locations where a shielded cable

3. KNRU

Same as in Sec. 1, a reinforced shell

Same as in Sec. 1, including the places where mechanical impact

4. KNRP

Same as in Sec. 1, a protective sheath of galvanized steel wires

Same as in n. 3

5. KNRT

Rubber insulated cables sheathed in rubber oil-resistant, flame retardant

The control circuits and telephone services at a voltage up to 400 V AC or 500 V DC; for fixed installation indoors and on the open deck if protected from direct solar radiation

6. KNRpT

Same as in Sec. 5, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 5

7. KNRTE

Same as in Sec. 5, in the general screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 5, including the locations where a shielded cable

8. KNRpTE

Same as in Sec. 5, in the general screen of tinned copper wires with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 7

9. KNRET

Same as in Sec. 5, with shielded cores

Same as in claim 5, including the locations where a shielded cable cores and

10. KNRETE

Same as in Sec. 5, shielded wires, generally the screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 5, including the locations where a shielded cable cores and

11. KNRTU

Same as in Sec. 5, a reinforced shell

Same as in Sec. 5, including in places where mechanical impact

12. KNRpTU

Same as in Sec. 5, in a reinforced shell with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 11

13. KNRETU

Same as in Sec. 5, a casing reinforced with shielded cores

Same as in Sec. 5, including in places where mechanical impact and shielding required lived

14. KNRTP

Same as in Sec. 5, in the protective sheath of galvanized steel wires

Same as in Sec. 5, including in places where mechanical impact

15. KNRpTP

The same as in Sec. 5, in a protective braid of galvanized steel wires with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 14

16. KNRETP

Same as in Sec. 5, in the protective sheath of galvanized steel wires, shielded wires

Same as in n. 13

17. NRSHM

Same as in Sec. 5, flexible

In the power and lighting networks, control circuits for connection to mobile and portable trolleys at voltages specified in para. 1, if protected from direct solar radiation

18. NGRSHM

Same as in Sec. 5, flexible

In control circuits operating in air at bends with simultaneous twisting, at voltages specified in Sec. 5, if protected from direct solar radiation

19. MRSHN

Same as in Sec. 5, flexible

Same as in n. 18

20. MRSHNE

Same as in Sec. 5, in the general screen of tinned copper wires, flexible

Same as in Sec. 18, including at locations where a shielded cable

21.  
MERSHN 100

Same as in Sec. 5, with shielded cores, flexible

Same as in Sec. 18, including at locations where a shielding lived

22.  
MERSHNE 100

Same as in Sec. 5, shielded wires, generally the screen of copper wires, flexible

Same as in Sec. 18, including at locations where a shielded cable cores and

23. REAG

Rubber cable oil-resistant rubber sheath, flame retardant

To connect power from the shore at a voltage up to 660 V AC and 1000 V DC for transmission of electricity to other vessels

24. KRPSN

Cable Highly flexible rubber insulated core with profiled rubber oil resistant sheath, flame retardant

Same as in n. 23

25. KNRk

Rubber cable sheathed PVC

Same as in Sec. 1, including the cable when subjected to acid vapors, alkalis, apatite, coal, cement and other dust

26. KNREk

Same as in Sec. 25, in the screen of copper wire placed between two shells PVC

Same as in n. 25, including the gasket in hazardous areas, or in locations that require shielded cable

27. KNRPk

Same as in Sec. 25, in the protected by coils with braid of galvanized steel wires, situated between the two shells PVC

Same as in Sec. 25, including at locations where mechanical impact

28. KNRTEk

Same as in n. 26

Same as in Sec. 5, including when exposed to acid vapor cable, alkalis, apatite, coal, cement and other dust in a place where a shielding lived

29. KNRETEk

Same as in Sec. 26 with shielded cores

Same as in Sec. 28, including at locations where a shielding lived

30. KNRpTk

Same as in n. 25, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in para. 5, including when exposed to acid vapor cable, alkalis, apatite, coal, cement and other dust

31. KNRpTEk

Same as in n. 26, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 30

32. KNRpTPk

Same as in n. 27, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 30, including at locations where mechanical impact

33. KRKV

Cable insulated with silicone rubber coated PVC

Same as in Sec. 1, including a refrigerated spaces

34. KRKVE

Cable insulated with silicone rubber shield of copper or tinned copper tape located between the two shells PVC

Same as in Sec. 33, including at locations where a shielded cable

35. KSRPV

Cable insulation radiation cross-linked polyethylene, PVC sheath

Same as in Sec. 5, including a refrigerated spaces

36. KSRPVE

Cable insulation radiation cross-linked polyethylene, the screen of tin-plated copper ribbon, located between the two shells PVC

Same as in claim 35, including at locations where a shielded cable

37. refraction

Cable with polyethylene insulation and PVC sheath

The control circuits, signaling and interinstrument connections, power and lighting networks with voltage up to 500 V AC or 750 V DC: for fixed installation indoors and on the outdoor deck, if protected from direct exposure to solar radiation and sea water

38. KMPVE

Same as in Sec. 37, in the general screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 37, including at locations where a shielded cable

39. KMPEV

Cable with polyethylene insulation, shielded, or partially shielded pairs shielded cores, PVC sheath

Same as in n. 37

40. KMPEVE

Same as in Sec. 39, in the general screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 37, including at locations where a shielded cable

41. KMPVP

Same as in Sec. 37, braided steel wire

Same as in Sec. 37, including at locations where mechanical impact

42. KMPEVP

Same as in Sec. 39, braided steel wire

Same as in n. 41

43. KMPVT

Cable with copper single-wire conductors with polyethylene insulation and PVC sheath

In the telephone network at a voltage up to 400 V AC and 500 V DC, for fixed installation indoors

44. KMPVET

Same as in Sec. 43, in the general screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 43, including the locations where a shielded cable

45. KMPVET

Same as in n. 43, with shielded cores

Same as in Sec. 43, including the locations where a shielding lived

46. KMPEVET

Same as in n. 43, with shielded cores in a shared screen of tinned copper wires

Same as in Sec. 43, including the locations where a shielded cable cores and

47. cusp lines

Cable ship insulated with irradiated polyethylene coated PVC

The power and lighting networks, control circuits and signaling, with voltage up to 690 V ac or 1000 V dc; For fixed installation on ships dynamically supported

48. SPOEV

Cable ship insulated with irradiated polyethylene with shielded or partially shielded cores coated PVC

Same as in n. 47

49. SPOVE

Cable ship insulated with irradiated polyethylene coated PVC overall shield

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50. SPOEVE

Cable ship insulated with irradiated polyethylene with shielded cores coated PVC overall shield

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51. KPGSN

Cable increased flexibility with rubber insulation in the core oil-resistant rubber sheath, flame retardant

For fixed installation with a bending radius of at least 5 times the cable diameter, if possible, the impact on the crushing loads and getting on cable sheath disinfectants and corrosive substances and oils

52. VVG

Cable insulation and sheath PVC

For fixed installation. When installing the mechanical tightening of the cable is not allowed. Cable with single-wire conductors is permitted if the sectional area of the veins does not exceed 10 mm 2  with the cable bend radius should be not less than 7,5 diameters. Supply cables with single-wire conductors to the equipment installed on the shock absorbers are not allowed

53. KVVG

Cable in the shell, flame retardant

Same as in n. 52. For a stationary installation in control circuits, may be laying in aggressive environments

54. KPVGVng

Cable Highly flexible insulation and sheath from PVC compound corresponding to Category A, resistant to oils and gasoline, falling on the surface

The power and lighting networks, control circuits for connection to mobile and portable current collectors at a voltage up to 660 V ac or 1000 V dc. For indoor installation

55. KSVV

Cable PVC insulated and sheathed flame retardant. Resistant to fuels and lubricating oils

The power and lighting networks, control circuits with a voltage of 660 V AC or 750 V DC for fixed installation indoors and on the outdoor deck, if protected from direct solar radiation

56. KSVVng

Same as in n. 55, low flammability

Same as in n. 55

57. KSVVE

Same as in Sec. 55, in general copper wire screen. On top of the screen sheath PVC

Same as in Sec. 55, including at locations where a shielded cable

58. KSVVEng

Same as in n. 57, low flammability

Same as in n. 57

59. VVGng

Cable insulation PVC sheath of PVC compound low flammability

In power networks with a voltage of 6 kV for fixed installation

60. VBbShng

Cable insulation PVC protective hose PVC reduced combustibility, armor of galvanized steel tapes

Same as in n. 59

61. KGNs

Same as in n. 23

The power and lighting networks, to connect to the mobile and portable current collectors, gaskets, indoor and open deck, if protected from direct solar radiation, including the influence of radial hydrostatic pressure up to 1.96 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

62.KGNsE

Same as in Sec. 23, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on the envelope

Same as in Sec. 61, including the locations where a shielded cable

63. KGNsP

Same as in Sec. 23, in the protective sheath of galvanized steel wires sheathed by

Same as in Sec. 62, including at locations where mechanical impact

64. KGENs

Same as in Sec. 23 with shielded cores

To connect to the mobile and portable current collectors in control circuits operated in the air at the bends with simultaneous twisting, if protected from direct exposure to solar radiation in sea water under the influence of radial hydrostatic pressure up to 4.9 MPa (50 kgf / cm 2 )

65. KGENE

Same as in Sec. 23, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on the envelope

Same as in n. 64

66.KMPEVE

Same as in Sec. 38, a protective sheath of PVC

The control circuits, signaling, communication and interinstrument connections that operate at 500 V and 1000 V AC frequency of not more than 200 kHz and up to 750 and 1500 V dc; for fixed installation

67. KMPEVEV

Same as in Sec. 40, a protective sheath of PVC

Same as in n. 66

68.KMPVE-1

Same as in n. 38

Same as in n. 66

69.KMPEVE-1

Cable with shielded wires with polyethylene insulation, with a dividing membrane, in the general screen, PVC sheath

Same as in n. 66

70. KMVVE

Cable with PVC insulation, PVC sheath, in the general screen

The power and lighting networks and control circuits operating at a voltage of 500 V at 400 Hz AC and 750 V DC; for fixed installation

71.KSOVng-LS

Cable insulated with polyolefin composition, coated PVC, low flammability, flame retardant, with low smoke and gas emission

The power and lighting networks, control circuits, control for fixed installation indoors and on the open deck if protected from direct solar radiation, including the short-term exposure to water

72.KSOPng-HF

Same as in Sec. 71, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 71

73.KSOVEng-LS

Same as in Sec. 71, in general the screen under the shell

Same as in n. 71

74. 
KSOPEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 73, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 71

75. 
KSOEVng-LS

Same as in n. 71, with shielded cores

The control circuits, control, telecommunication, for fixed installation indoors and on the open deck if protected from direct solar radiation, including for short periods of sea water

76. 
KSOEPng-HF

Same as in Sec. 75, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 75

77. 
KSOEVEng-LS

Same as in Sec. 75, in general the screen under the shell

Same as in n. 75

78. 
KSOEPEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 77, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 75

79. 
KSOpVEng-LS

Same as in n. 73, twisted pair cable

Same as in n. 75

80. 
KSOpPEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 79, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 75

81. 
KSOpEVng-LS

Same as in Sec. 79, shielded pairs

Same as in n. 75

82. 
KSOpEPng-HF

Same as in Sec. 81, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 75

83. 
KSOpEVEng-LS

Same as in Sec. 82, in general the screen under the shell

Same as in n. 75

84. 
KSOpEPEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 83, in the shell of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 75

85. KNRM

Same as in n. 1

Same as in paragraph 1.; for the transmission of low-power electric control signals up to 400V AC frequency to 1200 Hz or 500 V DC. Including the influence of radial hydrostatic pressure up to 2.0 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

86.KNRMng

Same as in Sec. 1, low flammability

Same as in n. 85

87.KNRMng-HF

Same as in Sec. 1, of halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 85

88. KNRME

Same as in Sec. 2

Same as in n. 85

89. KNRMEng

Same as in Sec. 2, low flammability

Same as in n. 85

90. 
KNRMEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 2 of the halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 85

91.KNRMP

Same as in n. 85, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 85, in the places where mechanical impact

92.KNRMPng

Same as in n. 86, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 85, in the places where mechanical impact

93. 
KNRMPng-HF

Same as in n. 87, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 85, in the places where mechanical impact

94.KNRMT

Same as in n. 1

The control and telecommunication circuits for fixed installation indoors and on the open deck if protected from direct solar radiation, including the influence of radial hydrostatic pressure up to 2.0 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

95.KNRMTng

Same as in Sec. 1, low flammability

Same as in n. 94

96. 
KNRMTng-HF

Same as in Sec. 1, of halogen-free composition

Same as in n. 94

97. KNRMTp

Same as in n. 94, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 94

98. KNRMTp ng

Same as in n. 95, with twisted pair conductors

 

99. 
KNRMTp ng-HF

Same as in n. 96, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 94

100.KNRMTE

Same as in Sec. 1, in a common screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

101.KNRMTEng

Same as in Sec. 1, low flammability in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

102. 
KNRMTEng-HF

Same as in para. 1, of the halogen-free composition in a total screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

103.KNRMTpE

Same as in n. 99, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 94

104. 
KNRMTpEng

Same as in n. 100, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 94

105. 
KNRMTpEng-HF

Same as in n. 110, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in n. 94

106.KNRMET

Same as in Sec. 1, partially shielded cores

Same as in n. 94

107. KNRMETng

Same as in Sec. 1, low flammability partially shielded cores

Same as in n. 94

108. KNRMETng-HF

Same as in Sec. 1, halogen-free composition with partially shielded cores

Same as in n. 94

109.KNRMETE

Same as in n. 106, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

110. 
KNRMETE ng

Same as in n. 107, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

111. 
KNRMETE ng-HF

Same as in n. 108, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in n. 94

112.KNRMTP

Same as in n. 94, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in para. 94, including at locations where mechanical impact

113. KNRMTPng

Same as in n. 95, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 111

114. 
KNRMTPng-HF

Same as in n. 96, a braid of galvanized steel wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 111

115.KNRMTpP

Same as in n. 111, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 111

116. KNRMTpPng

Same as in n. 112, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 111

117. 
KNRMTpPng-HF

Same as in n. 113, with twisted pair conductors

Same as in Sec. 111

118.KNRMETP

Same as in n. 106, braided from galvanized steel wire on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 111

119. KNRMETPng

Same as in n. 107, braided from galvanized steel wire on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 111

120. 
KNRMETPng-HF

Same as in n. 108, braided from galvanized steel wire on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 111

121.NRSHMM

Same as in n. 17, increased flexibility

Same as in para. 17, and also to fixed installations in sea water under the action of hydrostatic radial pressure to 2.0 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

122.NRShMMng

Same as in n. 17, low flammability, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 120

123. 
NRShMMng-HF

Same as in Sec. 17, halogen-free composition of, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 120

124.NGRSHMM

Same as in n. 18, braided synthetic yarns for the core insulation

Same as in para. 18, and also to fixed installations in sea water under the action of hydrostatic radial pressure to 2.0 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

125. 
NGRShMMng

Same as in n. 18, low flammability, increased flexibility, braided synthetic yarns for the core insulation

Same as in Sec. 123

126. 
NGRShMMng-HF

Same as in Sec. 18, halogen-free composition of, increased flexibility of braided filament conductors by insulation

Same as in Sec. 123

127.MRSHNM

Same as in n. 19, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

128.MRShNMng

Same as in n. 19, low flammability, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

129. MRShNMng-HF

Same as in Sec. 19, halogen-free composition of, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

130.MRSHNME

Same as in n. 20, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

131. 
MRShNMEng

Same as in n. 20, low flammability, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

132. 
MRShNMEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 20, halogen-free composition of, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 123

133.MERSHNM

Same as in Sec. 21, all the screened cores

Same as in Sec. 123

134. MERShNMng

Same as in n. 21, low flammability, with all screened cores

Same as in Sec. 123

135. 
MERShNMng-HF

Same as in Sec. 21, halogen-free composition of, all shielded cores

Same as in Sec. 123

136. 
MERSHNME

Same as in Sec. 22, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 123

137. 
MERSHNME ng

Same as in n. 22, low flammability, in the general screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 123

138. 
MERShNMEng-HF

Same as in Sec. 22, halogen-free composition of, in general the screen of tinned copper wires on top of the shell

Same as in Sec. 123

139. Ivan Krno-FR

Fire-resistant cables with fire retardant protective winding ribbons on the core and sheath of rubber, flame retardant

The power and lighting networks, control circuits, control signaling for device connections with fixed installation indoors and on the open deck if protected from direct exposure to solar radiation, as well as the influence of radial hydrostatic pressure up to 2.0 MPa (20 kgf / cm 2 )

140. KPGN

Same as in n. 23

To connect to the mobile mechanisms at voltages up to 660V and 490 Hz ac or 1000 V dc. The bending radius of not less than 5 times the cable diameter, with the possibility of contact with a skin disinfectant and corrosive substances and oils

141. KPGNT

Same as in n. 23, with a heat-resistant rubber insulation, increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 139

142.KPGSNT

Same as in para. 23, with a heat-resistant rubber insulation, increased flexibility to the core

Same as in Sec. 139, if possible impact crushing loads on the cable

143. STAP

Cable flexible, heat-resistant rubber insulated, rubber-coated, flame retardant

Same as in Sec. 139, bend radius not less than 8 times the cable diameter

144.VVGng-LS

Same as in n. 52, low flammability

Same as in n. 52

145.KVVGng-LS

Same as in n. 52, low flammability

Same as in n. 52

146. 
KVVGEng-LS

Same as in Sec. 52, low flammability, generally under the cover screen

Same as in n. 52

147. 
KMPVng-LS

Same as in n. 37, low flammability

Same as in n. 37

148. 
KMPVEng-LS

Same as in n. 38, low flammability

Same as in n. 38

149. 
KMPVEVng-LS

Same as in Sec. 38, low flammability, in the outer protective sheath of PVC

Same as in n. 37

150. 
KMPEVng-LS

Same as in n. 39, low flammability

Same as in n. 37

151. 
KMPEVEng-LS

Same as in n. 40, low flammability

Same as in n. 40

152. 
KMPEVEVng-LS

Same as in Sec. 40, low flammability, in the outer protective sheath of PVC of low flammability

Same as in n. 40

153. KVVGng

Same as in n. 52, low flammability

Same as in n. 52

154.KVVGEng

Same as in Sec. 52, reduced flammability, generally screen

Same as in n. 52

155-170

Reserve room

 

 

171. HCG

Flexible wire with PVC insulation

For rigid internal switchgear installation at a voltage up to 380 V AC and 550 V DC

172 UVOG

Same as in n. 171, very flexible

Same as in n. 171, for flexible connections

173. MSHV

For solid wire with silk insulation and PVC sheath

For rigid and intrainstrument interinstrument installation at a voltage up to 1000 V ac and dc

174. MGSHV

Stranded wire with silk insulation and PVC sheath

Same as in p.173, for flexible connections

175 MGSHVE

Same as in n. 174, shielded

Same as in Sec. 174, where a screening

HB 176

Wire with PVC insulation

For rigid internal switchgear installation at a voltage up to 500 V AC and 700 V DC

177. NVE

Same as in n. 176, shielded

Same as in Sec. 176, if necessary screening

178. NEC

Same as in Sec. 176, with a protective sheath of nylon

Same as in Sec. 176

179. NVKE

Same as in n. 177, shielded

Same as in Sec. 176

180. PV3

Wire with PVC insulation increased flexibility

Same as in n. 171. Permitted for fixed installation in power and lighting networks in ships dynamically supported

181. PV4

Wire with PVC insulation increased flexibility

Same as in Sec. 171

182. PV6-3

Wire with PVC insulation high flexibility

For ground protection system against short circuits, for a single pad

183. PV6-3p

Same as in Sec. 181

For portable earthing

184. PVVT

Wire pin with PVC insulation, heat resistant

To pin all electrical machinery and apparatus at a voltage of 380V and a frequency of 400 Hz in aggressive environments and oils

185. PVKF

Wire pin with double-layer insulation of silicone rubber and fluorosiloxane

To pin all electrical machinery and apparatus at a voltage of 380 V and 660 V and a frequency of 400 Hz in aggressive environments and oils

186. PVFS

Wire pin insulated rubber fluorosiloxane

To pin all electrical machinery and apparatus at a voltage of 660 V at 400 Hz and 1140 Hz frequency to 60 in aggressive environments and oils

187. MSHV-1

Wire combined with film and PVC insulation

Same as in Sec. 173

188.MGSHV-1

Same as in n. 186, flexible

Same as in Sec. 174

189.MGSHVE-1

Same as in Sec. 186, flexible, screened

Same as in Sec. 174, where a screening

190.MGSHVEV-1

Same as in n. 186, flexible, screened, PVC sheath

Same as in Sec. 174, where a screening

191. MGSHV-2

Flexible wire with a combination of polymer with filler and PVC insulation

Same as in Sec. 174

192.MGSHVE-2

Same as in n. 190, shielded

Same as in Sec. 174

193.MGSHVEV-2

Same as in n. 190, flexible, shielded, flexible PVC sheath, screened, PVC sheath

Same as in Sec. 174

194.MGSHVM-2

Flexible wire with a coating on the core, providing rations, combined with a polymer filled in PVC insulation

Same as in Sec. 174

195.MGSHVME-2

Same as in Sec. 193, flexible, screened

Same as in Sec. 174

196. 
MGSHVMEV-2

Same as in n. 193, flexible, screened, PVC sheath

Same as in Sec. 174

197. MA

Copper wire uninsulated flexible

For the manufacture of antennas

198. MG

Copper wire uninsulated flexible

For use in electrical installations and devices

 

 


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