Enlargers are identified as optical devices used to send light through a negative and project an image using a lens onto photographic paper for the purpose of producing a photographic print.

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"Enlargers" is in the HS Code "9008"
  Image Projectors, Other Than Cinematographic; Photographic (Other Than Cinematographic) Enlargers An

"Enlargers" is in the UNSPSC Code "45101904"
Ref: 123782/2006-09-19

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