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DOD - UFC 4-420-01 - AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES STORAGE MAGAZINES Organization: DOD
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: his UFC serves as a reference tool to assist in the planning and design of Ammunition and Explosives (AE) storage magazines for the Department of Defense (DoD), by providing definitions and information related to the design, selection, and siting of these unique facilities.
JSA - JIS K 4831 - REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING CHATTEL EXPLOSIVES MAGAZINE Organization: JSA
Date: 2003-03-20
COE EP 1110-345-102 - EXPLOSIVES STORAGE MAGAZINES Organization: COE
Date: 1995-08-31
SAI - SAA AS 2188 - EXPLOSIVES-RELOCATABLE MAGAZINES FOR STORAGE Organization: SAI
AENOR - UNE 31620 - SHIELDED EXPLOSIVE MAGAZINE WITH MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF 50 KG. Organization: AENOR
Date: 1994-06-29
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-179 - REQUIREMENTS FOR LOCKERS (MAGAZINE, RU MAGAZINE AND DETONATOR) USED FOR STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVE STORES IN HM SURFACE SHIPS AND SUBMARINES - ISSUE 1; 04.02; CATEGORY 2; SUPERSEDES DEF STAN 08/146/ISSUE 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2002-04-10
Description: This Defence Standard (DEF STAN) 02-179 defines the specific requirements for the design, production and fitting out of Magazine, Detonator and Ready-use Magazine Lockers. Included in this Defence Standard at Annex E is the existing range of Magazine, Ready-use Magazine and Detonator Lockers fitted on HM Surface Ships and Royal Fleet Auxiliaries (RFA).
MODUK - DEF STAN 08-146 - (CLASSIFIED RESTRICTED) REQUIREMENTS FOR LOCKERS (MAGAZINE, READY-USE MAGAZINE AND DETONATORS) USED FOR THE STOWAGE OF EXPLOSIVE STORES IN HM SURFACE SHIPS AND HM SUBMARINES - CATEGORY 2; RESTRICTED - FOR INFORMATION ON THIS STANDARD, PLEASE APPLY TO THE UK DEFENCE STANDARDIZATION OFFICE Organization: MODUK
NPFC - MIL-DTL-32525 - MAGAZINE, PORTABLE (SHIPBOARD) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-01-19
Description: The portable magazine is intended for the safe and secure stowage of limited types and quantities of ammunitions and explosives. See 6.1 for intended use. The portable magazine covered by this specification is intended to provide stowage for hand carried shipboard ammunition and explosives (A&E) in accordance with 0640-LP-108-7630.
NASA-LLIS-1582 - LESSONS LEARNED - ALTERED EXPLOSIVE INITIATOR CAUSES DAMAGE - 4-8-05 Organization: NASA
Date: 2005-08-31
Description: The fourth altered NSI was returned to the explosive magazine to support possible future testing. In April 2005, a Pressure Verification Test was started with NSIs to verify the pressure in the test articles to support Return to Flight.
NATO - AASTP-1 - MANUAL OF NATO SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR THE STORAGE OF MILITARY AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES - ED B: VER 1 Organization: NATO
Date: 2015-12-11
Description: Part II, Explosives Storage Magazine Design and Operational Guidelines for Explosives Facilities, provides technical details for design of explosives storage magazines and operational guidelines for explosives facilities; c.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-101: PART 5 - DESIGN STANDARDS FOR EXPLOSIVES SAFETY IN MOD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES PART 5 SHIP WEAPON DYNAMIC SAFETY - ISSUE 1: 06/2008; CATEGORY 1; REPRINTED 28 AUGUST 2008 TO INCORPORATE AMENDMENT 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-06-27
Description: It is to be applied to contracts that specify requirements that have any effect upon the explosives safety of the platform. This will include the magazines, adjacent compartments and ammunition routes and handling equipment within MOD ships in which explosives will be embarked, moved, stowed and used.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-101: PART 3 - DESIGN STANDARDS FOR EXPLOSIVES SAFETY IN MOD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES PART 3 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATION - ISSUE 2: 06/2008; CATEGORY 1; REPRINTED 28 AUGUST 2008 TO INCORPORATE AMENDMENT 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-06-27
Description: It is to be applied to contracts that specify requirements that have any effect upon the explosives safety of the platform. This will include the magazines, adjacent compartments and ammunition routes and handling equipment within MOD ships in which explosives will be embarked, moved, stowed and used.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-101: PART 1 - DESIGN STANDARDS FOR EXPLOSIVES SAFETY IN MOD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES PART 1 SURFACE SHIPS - ISSUE 2: 06/2008; CATEGORY 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-06-27
Description: It is to be applied to contracts that specify requirements that have any effect upon the explosives safety of the platform. This will include the magazines, adjacent compartments and ammunition routes and handling equipment within MOD ships in which explosives will be embarked, moved, stowed and used.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-101: PART 2 - DESIGN STANDARDS FOR EXPLOSIVES SAFETY IN MOD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES PART 2 SUBMARINES - ISSUE 2: 06/2008; CATEGORY 1; REPRINTED 28 AUGUST 2008 TO INCORPORATE AMENDMENT 1 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-06-27
Description: This Standard is to be applied to contracts that specify requirements that have any effect upon the explosives safety of the platform. This will include the Magazines, adjacent compartments and ammunition routes and handling equipment within MOD ships in which explosives will be embarked, moved, stowed and used.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-101: PART 4 - DESIGN STANDARDS FOR EXPLOSIVES SAFETY IN MOD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES PART 4 GENERIC NAVAL ENVIRONMENT - ISSUE 2: 06/2008; CATEGORY 1; INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1 DATED 28TH AUGUST 2008 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2008-06-27
Description: It is to be applied to contracts that specify requirements that have any effect upon the explosives safety of the platform. This will include the Magazines, adjacent compartments and ammunition routes and handling equipment within MOD ships in which explosives will be embarked, moved, stowed and used.
MODUK - DEF-SPEC-1151 - DETERMINATION OF ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS (RELATIVE HUMIDITY) IN MAGAZINES, FILLING AND STORAGE ROOMS (07.66) Organization: MODUK
Date: 1966-01-01
Description: This specification governs procedures for the determination and recording of atmospheric conditions (relative humidity) in buildings, rooms or compartments, in which explosive, pyrotechnic and similar stores and materials are handled, filled and stored
DOD - UFC 4-215-01 - ARMORIES AND ARMS ROOMS Organization: DOD
Date: 2014-12-01
Description: For facilities storing ammunition or explosives that fall under DoD 6055.09-M, DOD Ammunition and Explosive Safety Standards, refer to requirements in UFC 4-420-01, Ammunition and Explosives Storage Magazines. APPLICABILITY. This UFC applies to all military service elements and contractors involved in the planning, design, and construction of DoD armories and arms rooms worldwide.
NFPA 78 - LIGHTNING PROTECTION CODE (WITHDRAWN) Organization: NFPA
Date: 1989-08-07
Description: This code does not cover lightning protection requirements for explosives manufacturing buildings and magazines or electric generating, transmission, and distribution systems.
MODUK - TS 10243 - PAINT SYSTEM FOR AROMATIC POLYAMIDE FIBRE AND AMMUNITION COMPONENTS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1982-08-12
Description: The dry paint film is required to be a safe material when in contact with ammunition or magazines, workshops and similar environments. This property will be assessed by the Approving Authority on the basis of the composition details submitted, supplemented as necessary by special tests.
ARMY - MIL-T-52953C - TRUCKS, LIFT, FORK, ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVEN, 2000-3000-4000-6000 POUND CAPACITY, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR Organization: ARMY
Date: 1989-10-27
Description: Trucks described herein are intended for stacking, unstacking, and moving cargo in and around warehouses, ammunition magazines loading platforms, and docks within the military supply system; also for moving cargo in and out of highway trailers and railroad cars.

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