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Number: 86/17
Name: Ammunition and explosive-charge making > Ammunition making > Caps and cartridges > Shell lining and varnishing
Description: Machines for varnishing the interior of cap and cartridge shells or for covering the fulminate or shell interior with metal foil.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6343552 Solvent application system Feb. 5, 2002
5386777 Rocket motor construction from porous binder core Feb. 7, 1995
H1350 Sealant applicator and method of sealant application for ammunition Sep. 6, 1994
4689185 Priming method for rimfire cartridge Aug. 25, 1987
4640724 Methods of priming explosive devices Feb. 3, 1987
4563935 Machine for the double treatment of workpieces while they are continually moving and recycled upon a operating drum, particularly the successive varnishing of bodies of revolution Jan. 14, 1986

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