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== General Knowledge of Editing Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic ==
 
Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic are those substances which deplete the ozone layer and are widely used in refrigerators, airconditioners, fire extinguishers, in dry cleaning, as solvents for cleaning, electronic equipment and as agricultural fumigants
 
Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic are those substances which deplete the ozone layer and are widely used in refrigerators, airconditioners, fire extinguishers, in dry cleaning, as solvents for cleaning, electronic equipment and as agricultural fumigants
  

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General Knowledge of Editing Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic

Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic are those substances which deplete the ozone layer and are widely used in refrigerators, airconditioners, fire extinguishers, in dry cleaning, as solvents for cleaning, electronic equipment and as agricultural fumigants

Ozone depleting substances are categorized as following

  • Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
  • Halo
  • Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4), Methyl chloroform (CH3CCl3)
  • Hydrobromofluorocarbons (HBFCs)
  • Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs)
  • Methyl bromide (CH3Br)
  • Bromochloromethane (CH2BrCl)

Product Categories and Properties

Product Categories

  • Ozone Depleting Halogenated Hydrocarbon Acrylic


Product Properties

List of Properties Used in Excise Tax Calculation

  • Capacity (BTU per hour)

List of Properties for Data Analysis Purpose

  • Trademark
  • Market price
  • Model

Excise Tax Rate

  • 3 Electrical Appliances
    • 3.1 Air-conditioning unit with motor-driven fan and thermostat, whether or not with humidity control unit with capacity of not exceeding 72,000 BTU/hour
      • 3.1(1) for used in vehicle
      • 3.1(2) others from (1)

References

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