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MIL-PRF-46676 - FLEXIBLE EXPLOSIVE
July 27, 2018 - NPFC

This specification describes performance requirements and quality assurance provisions for two grades of flexible explosive (see 6.1.1) designated as: Grade A, for Navy use (See Table I) Grade B, for Army use (See Table I)

QPL-46676 - Flexible Explosive
October 24, 2017 - NPFC

QUALIFIED PRODUCT LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION MIL-PRF-46676 Flexible Explosive This QPL has been prepared for use by the Government in the acquisition of products covered by the subject specification and inclusion of a product is not intended to and does not...

NFPA 495 - Explosive Materials Code
January 1, 2018 - NFPA

This code shall apply to the manufacture, transportation, storage, sale, and use of explosive materials. Purpose. This code is intended to provide reasonable safety in the manufacture, storage, transportation, and use of explosive materials.

MIL-DTL-82939 - SEPARATOR, EXPLOSIVE (1W18)
February 11, 2000 - NPFC

This specification covers the requirements for an Explosive Separator (1W18), Drawing 838AS220, hereto referred to as separator and its explosive component BBU-55/B explosive bolt, drawing 838AS221.

SNZ AS/NZS 60079.10.2 - Explosive atmospheres Part 10.2: Classification of areas-Explosive dust atmospheres
April 5, 2016 - SNZ

This part of IEC 60079 is concerned with the identification and classification of areas where explosive dust atmospheres and combustible dust layers are present, in order to permit the proper assessment of ignition sources in such areas. In this standard, explosive dust atmospheres...

DI-SAFT-80931 - EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL DATA
May 15, 2003 - NPFC

Use/Relationship: This source data shall contain essential information that is used by the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NAVEODTECHDIV) to develop, test, validate and publish joint service non-nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) 60-series technical...

MIL-E-82732 - EXPLOSIVE, DESTEX
December 20, 1995 - NPFC
A description is not available for this item.
MIL-E-46676 - EXPLOSIVE, FLEXIBLE
NPFC
A description is not available for this item.
MIL-V-21509 - VALVE, EXPLOSIVE
NPFC
A description is not available for this item.
MIL-DTL-82908 - Explosive Material, Coated, CXM-8
December 6, 2018 - NPFC

This specification covers one type of coated explosive material, referred to herein as CXM-8. The material is a blend of cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX), type II, classes 1 and 5, coated with isodecyl pelargonate (IDP) (see 6.1).

QPL-32189 - Explosive Material, Coated, CXM-10
April 25, 2018 - NPFC

QUALIFIED PRODUCTS LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER DETAIL SPECIFICATION MIL-DTL-32189C(OS) EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL, COATED, CXM-10 MIL-DTL-32189C(OS), dated 25 April 2018, contains a requirement for qualification; however, no products or sources have yet been qualified.

IEC 60079-10-2 REDLINE - REDLINE VERSION Explosive atmospheres – Part 10-2: Classification of areas – Explosive dust atmospheres
January 1, 2015 - IEC

This part of IEC 60079 is concerned with the identification and classification of areas where explosive dust atmospheres and combustible dust layers are present, in order to permit the proper assessment of ignition sources in such areas. In this standard, explosive dust atmospheres...

DIN EN 14986 - Design of fans working in potentially explosive atmospheres
April 1, 2017 - DIN

This European Standard specifies the constructional requirements for fans constructed to Group II G (of explosion groups IIA, IIB and hydrogen) categories 1, 2 and 3, and Group II D categories 2 and 3, intended for use in explosive atmospheres. NOTE 1 Operation conditions for the different...

DS/EN 14986 - Design of fans working in potentially explosive atmospheres
January 16, 2017 - DS

1.1 This European Standard specifies the constructional requirements for fans constructed to Group II G (of explosion groups IIA, IIB and hydrogen) categories 1, 2 and 3, and Group II D categories 2 and 3, intended for use in explosive atmospheres. NOTE 1 - Operation conditions for the...

CI/CHLOR PAMPHLET 121 - Explosive Properties of Gaseous Mixtures Containing Hydrogen and Chlorine
March 1, 2016 - CI/CHLOR

This pamphlet is presented in two parts: Part A: Reactions of Chlorine and Hydrogen: A Bibliography, aims to bring together in a single source all known pertinent, published references on explosive properties of gaseous mixtures containing hydrogen and chlorine. References for...

MIL-PRF-32605 - Fuze Setter: Programming Unit (PU), 40 Millimeter, Low Velocity, High Explosive Air Burst (HEAB), XM100
December 12, 2018 - NPFC

This specification establishes the performance, design, test, manufacture and acceptance requirements for the FUZE SETTER: Programming Unit (PU), 40 mm, low velocity, high explosive air burst (HEAB), XM100. The PU when referenced in this document includes the physical programming unit...

MIL-DTL-32189 - Explosive Material, Coated, CXM-10
April 25, 2018 - NPFC

This specification covers three types of coated explosive material, referred to herein as CXM-10 (see 6.1). The first type is a blend of cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine (HMX), grade B, class 2 and class 3, coated with isodecyl pelargonate (IDP). The second type is a blend of HMX, grade B,...

UL 60079-18 - UL Standard for Safety Explosive atmospheres – Part 18: Equipment protection by encapsulation “m”
December 14, 2015 - UL

1DV DR Modification of Clause 1 to replace with the following: This standard gives the specific requirements for the construction, testing and marking of electrical equipment, parts of electrical equipment and Ex components with the type of protection encapsulation "m" intended for use in...

CEI EN 60079-10-2 - Explosive atmospheres Part 10-2: Classification of areas - Explosive dust atmospheres
October 1, 2016 - CEI

This part of IEC 60079 is concerned with the identification and classification of areas where explosive dust atmospheres and combustible dust layers are present, in order to permit the proper assessment of ignition sources in such areas. In this standard, explosive dust atmospheres...

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