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Class Information
Number: 102/268
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Igniting devices and systems > Multiple mode fuzes > Impact and time delay > Mechanical time delay
Description: Subject matter in which the time delay is caused by a mechanical timing means.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6247408 System for sympathetic detonation of explosives Jun. 19, 2001
5932834 Auto-destruct fuze Aug. 3, 1999
5635667 Fuse plug pyrotechnic firing device Jun. 3, 1997
5612505 Dual mode warhead Mar. 18, 1997
4739706 Fuse for projectile Apr. 26, 1988
4729316 Projectile containing a pyrotechnic charge and means for delayed initiation of the charge Mar. 8, 1988
4693180 Impact detonator with a detonator cap Sep. 15, 1987
4341159 Retard sensing double release safe separation munition timer Jul. 27, 1982
3978798 Fuze mechanism having integrated safety functions Sep. 7, 1976











 
 
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