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Number: 102/316
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Blasting > Contained blasting charge > With flame or heat suppressant
Description: Subject matter which includes a substance which, upon the detonation of the explosive and the release of heat or flame as a result of the explosion, prevents or minimizes the chances of the surroundings from catching fire or causing an explosion by putting out the flame or absorbing some of the heat of the explosion.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6342082 Apparatus for rendering a detonation front harmless Jan. 29, 2002
5905227 Method and system for weakening a detonation in a container or piping system May. 18, 1999
5392857 Apparatus and method for determining an optimum phase angle for phased charges in a perforating gun to maximize distances between perforations in a formation Feb. 28, 1995
4537133 Non-incendive rock-breaking explosive charge Aug. 27, 1985
4498391 Explosive mine breaking apparatus with arc-suppressing heat-dissipating fluid around the charge bodies Feb. 12, 1985
4433625 Blow molded dynamite tube Feb. 28, 1984
4023493 Fireline detonator May. 17, 1977











 
 
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