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17th June, 2011
LEGAL NOTICE NO. 69
Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 143
GUIDELINES ON SPECIFICATIONS FOR MEASUREMENT DEVICES
IT IS notified for information of the general public that pursuant to section 95 (4) of the Customs and Excise Act, the Commissioner-General makes the guidelines in the schedule hereto to apply in relation to the minimum specifications for production measurement devices to be installed by all excise licensees engaged in the production of spirits or spirituous beverages.
1. Each measurement device shall—
(a) measure individual and cumulative volumetric flows in litres to an accuracy of ± 3% of the measured value;
(b) have a cumulative totalizer with a roll back counter;
(c) have a capability for electronic data transmission and support remote communication;
(d) be tamper proof; and
(e) conform to the requirements of the Kenya Bureau of Standards for alcohol and alcoholic beverages.
2. Installation of the measurement device shall be carried out in strict compliance with the requirements to be provided by the Kenya Revenue Authority upon inspection of the manufacturing plant.
3. The measuring device shall be installed within six months of the publication of this notice.
Made on the 4th April, 2011.
M. G. WAWERU,
Kenya Ravenue Authority.