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116 STAT. 3192 PROCLAMATION 7529-MAR. 5, 2002 ANNEX (continued) 3 (A) doctor blades described in industry usage as of carbon steel coil or strip, plated with nickel phosphorus, having a thickness of 0.1524 mm, a width of at least 31,75 mm but not more than 50 80 mm. a core hardness of from 580 to 630 H V, a surface hardness of from 900 to 990 HV, and containing by weight 0.90 percent or more but not more than 1.05 percent of carbon. 0.15 percent or more but not more than 0.35 percent of silicon. 0.30 percent or more but not more than 0.50 percent of manganese, not more than 0.03 percent of phosphorus, not more than 0.006 percent of sulfur, 0.24 percent of other elements and the remainder of iron; (B) products described in industry usage as of carbon steel, measuring 1.64 mm in thickness and 19.5 mm in width, consisting of carbon steel coil (SAE 1008) with a lining clad with an aluminum alloy containing by weight 10 percent or more but not more than 15 percent of tin, I percent or more but not more than 3 percent of lead, 0.7 percent or more but not more than 1.3percent of copper, 1.8 percent or more but not more than 3.5 percent of silicon, 0.1 [jercent or more but not more than 0.7 percent of chromium and less than I percent of other materials, and meeting the requirements of SAE standard 783 for Bearing and Bushing Alloy s; (C) products described in industry usage as of carbon steel, measuring 0.975 mm in thickness and 8.8 mms in width, consisting of carbon steel coil (SAE 1012) clad with a two-layer lining, the first layer consisting of a copper-lead alloy powder that contains by weight 9 percent or more but not more than 11 percent of tin, 9 percent or more but not more than 11 percent of lead and maximum I percent of other materials, and meeting the requirements of SAE standard 792 for Bearing and Bushing Alloys, with the second layer containing by weight 13 percent or more but not more than 17 percent of carbon, 13 percent or more but not more than 17 percent of aromatic polyester, and the remainder (approx. 66-74 percent) of polytetr af luo re thyiene (PTFE); (D) products described in industry usage as of carbon steel, measuring 1.02 mm in thickness and 10.7 mm in width, consisting of carbon steel coil (SAE 1008) with a two-layer lining, the first layer consisting of a copper-lead alloy powder that contains by weight 9 percent or more but not more than 11 percent of tin, 9 percent or more but not more than 11 percent of lead and less than 0.35 percent of iron, and meeting the requirements of SAE standard 792 for Bearing and Bushing Alloys, with the second layer containing by weight 45 percent or more but not more than 55 percent of lead, 3 percent or more but not more than 5 percent of molybdenum disulfide, and the remainder (approx. 40-52 percent) of PTFE; (E) coil or strip described in industry usage as of carbon steel, measuring 1.93 mm or 2.75 mm in thickness, 87.3 mm or 99 mm in width, with a low carbon steel back containing by weight less than 8 percent of carbon, less than 0.4 percent of manganese, less than 0.04 percent of phosphorus and less than 0.05 percent of sulfur, clad with aluminum alloy containing by weight 0.7 percent of copper, 12 percent of tin, 1.7 percent of lead, 0.3 percent of antimony, 2.5 percent of silicon, not more than I percent in the aggregate of other elements (including iron), and the remainder of aluminum; (F) coil or strip described in industry usage as of carbon steel, clad with aluminum, measuring 1.75 mm in thickness, 89 mm or 94 mm in width, with a low carbon steel back containing by weight less than 8 percent of carbon, less than 0.4 percent of manganese, 0.04 percent of phosphorus and less than 0.05 percent of sulfur, clad with aluminum alloy containing by weight 0.7 percent of copper, 12 percent of tin, 1.7 percent of lead, 2.5 percent of silicon, 0.3 percent of antimony, 1percent in the aggregate of other elements (including iron), and the remainder of aluminum; (G) corrosion-resistant products described in industry usage as of carbon steel and meeting the following specifications: (I) widths ranging from 10 mm through 100 mm; (2) thicknesses, including coatings, ranging from 0.11 mm through 0.60 mm; and (3) a coating that is from 0.003 mm through 0.005 mm in thickness and that comprises either two evenly applied layers, the first layer consisting by weight of 99 percent zinc, 0.5 percent cobalt and 0.5 percent molybdenum followed by a layer consisting of chromate, or three evenly applied