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Inventor:
Schwark-Werwach; Bernhard Werner
Address:
Hamburg, DE
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8236113 Fuel component for an explosive and method for its production August 7, 2012
The invention relates to a fuel component for an explosive, in which case the fuel component contains a volume-expanded molecularly dispersed hydrocarbon, and a method for its production. Furthermore, the invention relates to an explosive formed of the fuel component and an oxidizer, an
7896104 Device and method for explosive drilling March 1, 2011
The invention relates to a device and a method for explosive drilling. Explosive capsules are fired by a firing device at a material to be stripped. A high degree of safety is attained in that use is made of an explosive with liquid oxygen that is only produced immediately before its










 
 
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