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Number: 102/339
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Pyrotechnics > Flare > With parachute > Plural or vane-type parachutes or means to restrain complete initial parachute opening
Description: Subject matter having more than one umbrella means and/or a vane-type umbrella means and/or means to prevent an umbrella means from forming its complete shape for a period of time.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8489259 Aircraft black box Jul. 16, 2013
6869043 Deployable flare with simplified design Mar. 22, 2005
5233126 Deceleration device for a submunition unit with textile package for deceleration element Aug. 3, 1993
5188315 Submunition unit including a rotary parachute Feb. 23, 1993
4953813 Ejectable member with parachute Sep. 4, 1990
4765247 Parachute collapsing system and method for flares Aug. 23, 1988
4700628 Smoke grenade Oct. 20, 1987
4667600 Safe/arm explosive transfer mechanism May. 26, 1987
4651648 Pyrotechnic aircraft carried bomb Mar. 24, 1987
4162053 Brake device for rotating body Jul. 24, 1979
4013009 Illuminating projectiles and pyrotechnic devices Mar. 22, 1977

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