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nonelectric

(ˌnɒnɪˈlɛktrɪk) or

nonelectrical

n
a substance that does not generate or conduct electricity
adj
not electric or powered by electricitylacking the capacity to generate or conduct electricity
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Roughly one-half of the revision is in nonelectrical machinery and mostly reflects the first reporting of substantial investments to produce an innovative type of semiconductor.
Within nonfarm inventories, wholesale inventories (in both durables and nondurables) were revised down $8 billion, and manufacturing inventories (largely in transportation equipment and nonelectrical machinery) were revised down $7 1/2 billion.
The increase was evenly divided between nonelectrical and electrical machinery and resulted from several acquisitions in each industry.
The growth in petroleum products, textile, beverages and nonelectrical machinery offset the declines in the production volume of tobacco, footwear and wearing apparel, wood products, and furniture and fixtures.
As far as export products are concerned, 'the growth in petroleum products, textile, beverages and nonelectrical machinery offset the declines in the production volume of tobacco, footwear and wearing apparel, wood products, and furniture and fixtures,' he said.
Moreover, such products -- including 86 per cent of US imports from China in computer and electronic products, 63 per cent in electronic equipment and components, and 59 per cent in nonelectrical machinery -- usually embody high-value inputs or equipment produced by foreign (often US) companies outside China.
Moreover, such products -- including 86% of US imports from China in computer and electronic products, 63% in electronic equipment and components, and 59% in nonelectrical machinery -- usually embody high-value inputs or equipment produced by foreign (often US) companies outside China.
Since tubes, transistors, and electronic components are not covered, coverage would apply to the nonelectrical components of the property.
What is more, the iteration with nonelectrical quantities somehow limits the accuracy, because most of them could not be detected easily online; other proposed approaches require additional signals [12] or circuit layouts [13, 14], and these approaches have found themselves in trouble, when they are applied into high-voltage and high-power electrical systems.
"The safety procedures for getting nonelectrical [crews] working around high voltage are daunting.
Measurements were performed by nonelectrical induction method.