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Russian translation: вещества, выведенные из-под действия REACH

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16:36 Apr 7, 2008
English to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng / Евросоюз, REACH химический регламент
English term or phrase: exempted/excluded substances
This concerns European Union Regulations on chemical substances, there are four types of chemical substances:
Presence of exempted Substance
Presence of excluded Substance
Presence of substance subject to authorisation
Presence of substance subject to restriction.
Unfortunately I have only a little more information because I'm translating an excel table with only headers. I found somewhere a translation "химические вещества, выведенные из-под действия REACH", but I'm not sure is it the translation for exempted or excluded.
Merilee
Russian translation:вещества, выведенные из-под действия REACH
Explanation:
Согласна с Вами

http://www.reachimpact.com/index.php/Substances/Substances-e...
Substances exempt from REACH
Some substances are exempted from REACH altogether: radioactive substances, wastes, substances under customs supervision and, substances necessary for the interests of defence.

If chemical substances used to manufacture other chemical substances are never separated from the mixture of other chemicals inside a closed system, they are fully exempt from REACH (non-isolated intermediates). Intermediates that are separated out during the production process (isolated intermediates) will have to be registered, but with simplified information requirements commensurate with their lower risk.

http://www.dsm.com/ru_RU/html/reach/substances.htm
Согласно Регламенту REACH, необходимо зарегистрировать все химические вещества (за исключением выведенных из-под действия Регламента веществ), импортируемые, производимые или используемые в ЕС.
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Leila Usmanova
Local time: 19:45
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Спасибо, ответ точный!
В текстах по REACH по-английски употребляется "exempted" .
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вещества, выведенные из-под действия REACH


Explanation:
Согласна с Вами

http://www.reachimpact.com/index.php/Substances/Substances-e...
Substances exempt from REACH
Some substances are exempted from REACH altogether: radioactive substances, wastes, substances under customs supervision and, substances necessary for the interests of defence.

If chemical substances used to manufacture other chemical substances are never separated from the mixture of other chemicals inside a closed system, they are fully exempt from REACH (non-isolated intermediates). Intermediates that are separated out during the production process (isolated intermediates) will have to be registered, but with simplified information requirements commensurate with their lower risk.

http://www.dsm.com/ru_RU/html/reach/substances.htm
Согласно Регламенту REACH, необходимо зарегистрировать все химические вещества (за исключением выведенных из-под действия Регламента веществ), импортируемые, производимые или используемые в ЕС.

Leila Usmanova
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Спасибо, ответ точный!
В текстах по REACH по-английски употребляется "exempted" .
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