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Number: 102/230
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Igniting devices and systems > Arming devices > Blocking or interrupting type > Fluid pressure operated > Impacting device release
Description: Subject matter in which a means for creating an impulse of mechanical force is released by the fluid pressure.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7762190 MEMS mechanical initiator for a microdetonator Jul. 27, 2010
6848367 Priming device for the explosive charge of a sub-munition Feb. 1, 2005
6588343 Igniter system for a flare Jul. 8, 2003
6490957 Explosives disrupter Dec. 10, 2002
6405652 Projectile fuze operated by a stabilization band of the projectile Jun. 18, 2002
4998476 Fuze for a bomblet Mar. 12, 1991
4777879 Fuze for an explosive shell Oct. 18, 1988
4526105 Firing mechanism for projectiles Jul. 2, 1985
4455940 Random time delay fuze Jun. 26, 1984
4397239 Delay function module for ammunition Aug. 9, 1983
4160411 Sound signal body for generating underwater sound signals Jul. 10, 1979
3992999 Controlled actuator Nov. 23, 1976

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