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Number: 86/20.13
Name: Ammunition and explosive-charge making > Loading fireworks and bursting charges > By vibratory packing
Description: Subject matter in which the operation performed involves vibration or a confining enclosure containing the explosive or combustible material in granular form for the purpose of compacting that material.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7565857 Method of charging a container with an energetic material Jul. 28, 2009
4829902 Method for charging flowable explosives into upwardly extending boreholes May. 16, 1989
4827827 Multiple cartridge filling device having a plurality of measuring cavities May. 9, 1989
4421004 Method and a device for cast-loading explosive charges Dec. 20, 1983
4195548 Blasting slurry pump truck Apr. 1, 1980
4055122 Method of placing blasting charges in wet boreholes Oct. 25, 1977











 
 
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