List of 180 items de-reserved, vide notification S.O., 722 (E) dated 16th May, 2006.

1. 227 31060101 Para-amino phenol-Indl. grade
2. 228 310605 Balls & cubes made of Para dichlorobenzene
3. 230 310627 Dimethyl sulphate-based on methyl alcohol

4.

234 310631 Tartrates
5. 237 310647 Dibutyl phthalate
6. 238 310648 Dimethyl phthalate
7. 239 310649 Benzyl chloride PT for captive consumption
8. 240 310650 Benzyl benzoate
9. 240(A) 310669 Stearate of Aluminium
10. 240(B) 310670 Stearate of magnesium
11. 240(C) 310671 Stearate of calcium
12. 240(D) 310672 Stearate of zinc
13. 246 313149 Glycero phosphoric acid
14. 248 313151 Xanthates
15. 249 313152 Dichlorophenol
16. 249A 31315801 Methyl parabens and sodium salt starting from para hydroxy benzoic acid.
17. 249B 31315901 Ethyl parabens and sodium salt starting from Para hydroxy bezoic acid.
18. 249C 31319501 Propyl parabens and sodium salt starting from Para.hydroxy benzoic acid
19. 249D 3131960 Calcium gluconate
20. 250 316201 Polyester resins unsaturated
21. 252A 31942960 Nicotinic acid
      OTHER CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
22. 254 305901 Napthalane ball
23. 255 310100 Pottassium meta bi-sulphate
24. 257 310112 Barium sulphate
25. 258 310113 Barium sulphide
26. 259 310115 Sodium sulphide except as by-product
27. 260 310121 Sodium thio sulphate
28. 261 31012301 Calcium chloride-indl. grade except as by-product.
29. 262 31012401 Zinc oxide-Indl. grade
30. 263 310126 Aluminium hydroxide gel.
31. 264 310139 Zinc nitrate
32. 265 310301

Nickle sulphate-Other than manufactured as primary producer as a by product

33. 266 310302 Nickel chloride
34. 267 310304 Nickel carbonate
35. 268 310305 Nickel formate
36. 270 301307 Copper nitrate
37. 271 310308 Copper chloride
38. 272 310322 Cadmium oxide
39. 273 310323 Cadmium iodide
40.

274

310325

Cadmium nitrate

41.

275

310329

Cadmium phosphate

42.

276

310330

Barium chloride

43.

277

310331

Barium nitrate

44.

277 A

310334

Calcium nitrate except as by-product

45.

278

310336

Zinc chloride

46.

280

310360

Copper oxy-chloride

47.

281

310361

Copper carbonate

48.

282

310362

Potassium iodide

49.

283

310363

Sodium iodide

50.

284

310364

Precipitated silica except fumed silica and spray dried silica

51.

285

310365

Sulphur powder-Other than insoluble for rubber vulcanization

52.

287

310409

Sodium thiocynate

53.

289

310424

Electroplating salts-Compounded

54.

290

310426

Zinc cyanide

55.

291

310435

Cadmium cyanide

56.

296

312122

Red lead paints

57.

297

312123

Red oxide paints

58.

298

312124

Wagon black paints

59.

304

312408

Aluminium paints

60.

305

312109

Bitumen based paints

61.

316

31930301

Husked & dehusked guargum splits & meals

62.

317

319501

Animal glue.

63.

318

319504

Office gum paste

64.

318A

319602

Saccharine

65.

318B

319603

Sodium saccharine

66.

321

319701

Sealing wax

67.

323

3199802

Alums including aluminium sulphate-indl. grade excluding its manufacture in integrated sulphuric acid plants and also recovery from waste toxic effluents.

68.

324

319921

Potassium silicate

   

33-35

MECHANICAL ENGG. EXCLUDING TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT

69.

355

331152

M.S. and C.I. flanges.

70.

357

33130401

Flexible metallic pipe up to 35 m.m. dia for non-pressure applications.

71.

358

331503

Stranded wire (excluding high tensile prestressed concrete wires)

72.

360

33172201

Mechanical jacks up to 30 tonnes

73.

361

33172301

Hydraulic jacks upto 30 tonnes capacity

74.

362

331727

Signal ladders

75.

363

331751

Street light fittings

76.

365

340102

Steel vaults, safes and cash boxes excluding the following items of which detailed specifications are given below:

     

(I) Fire Resistant Record Protection Equipment Test for two hours up to 10000 (degree) C against the time temperature graph specified by the International standard Organisation in their specification No. ISOR-834. The test is inclusive of the drop test midway through the rim test. The Cabinet to be tested and certified by the Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee or similar approved testing organisation.

     

(II) FIRE AND BURGLAR RESISTANCE SAFE

Which can withstand ‘Expert Test Attack'. ‘Expert Test Attack' is defined hereunder as per recognized testing procedure:-

(a) The testing party shall consist of two experienced operators who have studied the sample safe and are fully familiar with its detailed construction, and operation. They will also have fully studied detailed component and assembly drawing of the safe.

(b) The tools available shall be all the common hand tools including sledge hammers; up to 3.5 kg size and crow bars upto 1 1/2 metres long. Power tools will include portable electric impact hammers upto 25 mm size, portable drill presses or drill holding mechanism to accommodate portable electric drill upto 12mm in size carbide tipped drills will be used (and not just plain HSS drills). Also power saws upto 200 mm in diameter and hole saws upto 62.5 mm in diameter and reciprocating saws with maximum blade length 200 mm.

(c) The objective will be of either making a hole of minimum 40 sq. cm or knocking of the lock and welding open the door.

(d) The total above test attack will last for a specific time.

     

(IV) Jewellers safe which can withstand `Expert Test. Attack' `Expert Test Attack' is defined here under as per recognised testing procedure:-

This will be as per the Fire and Burglar Resistant Safe described above, but with the following vital additions:

(a) Oxy-Acetylene gas cutting torch will be for attack. The quantity of gas consumed shall be limited to 30 cu.m. of combined total oxygen and fuel gas.

(b) One combination Lock is mandatory on these safes. The lock should be manipulation proof and be capable of one million different combinations.

(c) There shall be provision for fitting a 2 movement time lock.

(d) The safe will have several automatic locking devices activated by components breaking, explosives, very high temperature and severe shock to automatically relock the safe. Also in case any lock is dislodged by means of explosives or other means, the safe will automatically re-lock.

(e) The objective of the attack will be to make a hole of 13 sq. cm.

(f) The attack is required to last for twice as long as for the Fire and Burglar Resisting Safes.

     

(V) SAFE DEPOSIT LOCKER

The locker doors will have milled edges to permit close seating, thus ensuring not only great resistance to crow bar attack but also interchangeability with each other. This is vital from the servicing point of view. The locks will be interchangeable between themselves which is again absolutely vital for servicing purposes. Each lock is jointly controlled by the renter with a renter's key; and by the custodian who has one master key for the entire installation which may be several hundred of lockers. The lock lever combinations shall be computer generated to ensure that no two keys are identical and that its own key alone will open lock. This loss of keys by the renters is a common feature and a system of breaking open (no duplicate keys of records are kept), urgently repairing the door and refitting with a new interchageable lock, are vital serving matters. Also occasionally there is a loss of the custodians key putting hundred of Lockers in jeopardy. In this case a mechanic has to be deputed to camp at site, customers are called one by one and lockers opened in their presence and the custodians part of the lock mechanism changed to suit the new master key. This is a major operation.

     

(VI) SAFES WITH SAFE DEPOSIT LOCKERS

This can be specified as incorporating all the special features of both a Fire Burglar Resistant Safe and the safe Deposit Locker as indicated above. This term is used in Banks which do not have their own reinforced vault and also in large hotels as a service to their customers for keeping their valuables. Here the ability for urgent service to hotel guests who may have lost their keys and may have valuables like money, airline tickets and passports, is very vital. One other vital point is that the most popular size is the 2085 mm high unit which weigh is around 2.5tonnes and requires an overhead crane during its manufacture.

77.

366 {printed as 367 in the notification dated 25.7.1991 which is a typographical error}

340103

Meat and food safes-Metallic

78.

368

340201

Steel trunks

79.

369

34030101

Tin containers unprinted-other than O.T.S. and cans up to18 litres capacity

80.

370

340306

G.I. buckets

81.

371

34030801

Barrels upto 60 litre cap.

82.

372

34032001

Drums upto 60 litre cap.

83.

373

340322

Tin trays

84.

375

340324

Dust bins

85.

378 A

34101201

M.S. storage tanks up to 15000 litres storage capacity (simple type

with rivets/welds but excluding pressed ribs)

86.

380

340502

Wick stoves. Other than those manufactured accordance with design

nos. 145215, 145216 145299 (Nutan type stoves) registered in the

name of IOC

87.

381

340601

Hurricane lanterns

88.

382

340605

Signal lamps

89.

383

340606

Hand lamps

90.

387

340906

Zip fasteners-Metallic except in the case of integrated plants manufacturing all components

91.

388

340907

Tin cutters

92.

389

340918

Belt fasteners

93.

390

340919

Snap fasteners

94.

392

340921

Gun cases

95.

397

34200301

Adjustable beds-Hospital

96.

403

34200701

Steel tables-Hospitals

97.

405

34200801

Trolleys-Railway Platform drinking water

98.

406

34200802

Trolleys--Iron and steel-Hospital

99.

407

342009

Stretchers-Iron and steel

100.

408

342010

Storage bins-Steel

101.

410

343101

Hacksaw Frames

102.

415

343108

Anvils

103.

419

343113

Nail pullers

104.

420

343114

Chisels

105.

421

343115

Pincers

106.

422

343116

Wire cutters

107.

423

343199

Other Hand Tools for Blacksmithy, carpentry, handforging, foundry etc .

108.

426

343207

Wire adjusting screws

109.

427

343301

Tumbler locks

110.

448

343517

Pickers-Metallic

111.

463

343626

Hob nails

112.

466

343901

Metallic washers

113.

468

345101

Spoons-cutlery

114.

469

345102

Forks-cutlery

115.

470

345103

Table knives/Household knives

116.

471

345104

Bread cutters

117.

473

345201

Domestic utensils-brass

118.

485

349903

Safety pins

119.

486

349906

Watch straps-Metallic

120.

487

34990701

Beam scales

121.

494

349941

Metal fittings for leather goods and garments

122.

495

349942

Ghamelas

123.

506

350108

Cotton Delinting machine-Up to 5 h.p. motive power

124.

508 A

35080101

Harvester grader, baler & other earth moving blades used in agricultural machines

125.

513 A

353804

Cotton ginning knives

126.

513 E

345805

Chopping knives and lancets for match industry

127.

513 F

354806

Plastic shredding and granulating knives

128.

513 G

354807

Knives and shearing blades (all types including those for metal, paper, and wood for hand operated machines)

129.

513 H

354808

Doctor blades

130.

513 I

354809

Stainless steel refiner/bar knives

131.

514

35490701

Concrete mixers up to 3 cubic metre capacity

132.

517

355819

Air-conditioning ducting, louvers, grills and other sheet fabrication in air-conditioning

133.

519 A

356803

Electro formed screens/Liners used in the Chemicals & sugar industries

134.

520 B

35720201

12 mm Drilling machine up to 1500 rpm Bench and pedestal type

135.

521

35720901

Turning, Boring and Treading Addas-small single or multiple operation devices

136.

522

35741001

Bench Grinder up to 300 mm diameter

137.

523

35750201

Power Hacksaw-Mechanical--300 mm Blade size.

138.

524

357806

Coolant pumps etc.

139.

525

357807

Steadies

140.

526

357808

Dog Plates

141.

529

358601

Weighing machines/weigh bridges-Ordinary

142.

530

358901

File mechanism

143.

532

359203

Household knitting machine

144.

535

359910

Bottle washers

     

AUTO PARTS COMPONENTS AND ANCILLARIES & GARAGE EQIPMENT

145.

626

374606

Grease nipples

146.

627

374708

Gun metal bushes

147.

630

374721

Hose pipes and radiator hoses-Auto

148.

631

374722

Horn buttons

149.

632

37472601

Shackle pins-Automobile use

150.

638

374752

Radiator grills-Auto

151.

640

374759

Seat cushion

152.

642

374778

Sun shades-Auto

153.

643

37478001

Side lamps assembly-Auto Excluding combination lamp assembly

154.

648

374811

Battery cables and fittings

155.

649

374812

Battery cell tester

156.

650

374869

Electrical fuse boxes-Auto

157.

651

374870

Electrical fuses-Auto

158.

654

374883

Fuel tank caps-Auto

159.

657

374901

Armature tester

160.

658

374902

Battery terminal lifters

161.

659

374903

Condensers and resistance testers

162.

660

374904

Fenders, spoons and hammers

163.

661

374905

Feeler gauges

164.

662

374906

Flaring tools

165.

663

374907

Gear flushers

166.

664

374908

Puller of all types

167.

665

374909

Ring expanders

168.

666

374910

Ring compressors

169.

667

374911

Screw extractors

170.

668

374912

Spark Plug tester & cleaners

171.

669

374913

Stud removers--extractors

172.

670

374914

Toe-in gauges

173.

671

374915

Tyre valve pullout tools

174.

672

374916

Tube cutter

175.

673

374917

Flanging tools

176.

677

374921

Painting equipments like spray guns etc.

177.

678

374925

Grease guns

178.

679

374926

Tyre inflators-Both hand and foot operated

179.

681

374994

Auto rubber components as follows:

   

37499401

1. Brake pedals

   

37499402

2. Clutch pedals

   

37499403

3. Dust covers

   

37499404

4. Wiper blade components

   

37499405

5. Windscreen beedings

   

37499406

6. Door channels

   

37499407

7. Rubber beeding

   

30260701

8. Rubber mats

180

682

375804

Spokes and nipples-Auto cycle other than swaged type



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