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COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION
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EXPLOSIVE CHARGES, e.g. FOR BLASTING, FIREWORKS, AMMUNITION (explosive compositions C06B; fuzes F42C; blasting F42D)
WARNING
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The following IPC groups are not used in the CPC scheme. Subject matter covered by these groups is classified in the following CPC groups:
F42B5/14 covered by F42B 12/40, A01K 11/00
F42B19/10 " " F41G 7/24


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Explosive charges characterised by form or shape but not dependent on shape of container
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Shaped or hollow charges (blasting cartridges with cavities in the charge F42B 3/08; oil winning using shaped-charge perforators E21B 43/116)
. .
provided with embedded bodies of inert material
F42B 1/028
. .
characterised by the form of the liner
F42B 1/032
. .
characterised by the material of the liner
F42B 1/036
. .
Manufacturing processes therefor
{
(F42B 33/0214 to F42B 33/0292 take precedence)
}
F42B 1/04
.
Detonator charges not forming part of the fuze
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Blasting cartridges, i.e. case and explosive (fuse cords, e.g. detonating fuse cords C06C 5/00; chemical aspects of detonators, blasting caps or primers C06C 7/00)
F42B 3/003
.
{
Liquid-oxygen cartridges
}
F42B 3/006
.
{
Explosive bolts; Explosive actuators (explosive valves F16K 13/06; explosive cutting B23D 15/145; explosive switches H01H 39/00; pyrotechnical actuators F15B 15/19)
}
F42B 3/02
.
adapted to be united into assemblies
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for producing gas under pressure
{
(generators of inflation fluid especially adapted for vehicle air bags B60R 21/26)
}
F42B 3/045
. .
{
Hybrid systems with previously pressurised gas using blasting to increase the pressure, e.g. causing the gas to be released from its sealed container
}
F42B 3/06
. .
with re-utilisable case
.
with cavities in the charge, e.g. hollow-charge blasting cartridges
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F42B 3/087
.
Flexible or deformable blasting cartridges e.g. bags or hoses
{
for slurries
}
(loaded cartridge bags F42B 5/38)
F42B 3/093
. .
in mat or tape form
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F42B 3/10
.
Initiators therefor (percussion fuzes F42C 7/00; percussion caps F42C 19/10; electric primers F42C 19/12)
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Group F42B 3/18 takes precedence over groups F42B 3/103 to F42B 3/16.

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Mounting initiator heads in initiators; Sealing-plugs
F42B 3/107
. . .
Sealing-plugs characterised by the material used
F42B 3/11
. .
characterised by the material used, e.g. for initiator case or electric leads (F42B 3/107 takes precedence)
F42B 3/113
. .
activated by optical means, e.g. laser, flash-light
F42B 3/117
. .
activated by friction
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F42B 3/12
. .
Bridge initiators
{
(F42B 3/103, F42B 3/11, F42B 3/195 take precedence; electric ignitors in propellant charges F42C 19/12)
}
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F42B 3/121
. . .
{
Initiators with incorporated integrated circuit
}
F42B 3/122
. . . .
{
Programmable electronic delay initiators
}
F42B 3/124
. . .
{
characterised by the configuration or material of the bridge (F42B 3/13 takes precedence)
}
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F42B 3/125
. . .
{
characterised by the configuration of the bridge initiator case (F42B 3/11 takes precedence)
}
F42B 3/127
. . . .
{
the case having burst direction defining elements
}
F42B 3/128
. . .
{
characterised by the composition of the pyrotechnic material
}
F42B 3/13
. . .
with semiconductive bridge
F42B 3/14
. .
Spark initiators
{
F42B 3/195 takes precedence
}
F42B 3/16
. .
{
Pyrotechnic
}
delay initiators (F42B 3/195 takes precedence;
{
programmable electronic delay initiators F42C 11/065
}
)
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F42B 3/18
. .
Safety initiators resistant to premature firing by static electricity or stray currents
F42B 3/182
. . .
having shunting means
{
(F42B 3/185 takes precedence; details of shunting devices H01R 13/7032)
}
F42B 3/185
. . .
having semi-conductive
{
means, e.g.
}
sealing plugs
F42B 3/188
. . .
having radio-frequency filters,
{
e.g. containing ferrite cores or inductances (F42B 3/185 takes precedence)
}
F42B 3/192
. .
designed for neutralisation on contact with water
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Manufacture
F42B 3/198
. . .
of electric initiator heads
{
e.g., testing, machines
}
F42B 3/22
.
Elements for controlling or guiding the detonation wave, e.g. tubes (using inert bodies embedded in shaped or hollow charges F42B 1/024)
F42B 3/24
.
Cartridge closures or seals (top closures for shotgun ammunition cartridges F42B 7/12)
F42B 3/26
.
Arrangements for mounting initiators; Accessories therefor, e.g. tools
F42B 3/28
.
Cartridge cases characterised by the material used, e.g. coatings (for initiator cases F42B 3/11)
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Fireworks, i.e. pyrotechnic devices for amusement, display, illumination or signal purposes (signalling by explosives G08B; advertising by fireworks G09F 13/46;
{
signalling by pyrotechnics in railway systems B61L 5/20
}
)
F42B 4/02
.
in cartridge form, i.e. shell, propellant and primer
F42B 4/04
.
Firecrackers
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F42B 4/06
.
Aerial display rockets (rockets in general F42B 15/00)
F42B 4/08
. .
characterised by having vanes, wings, parachutes or balloons
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F42B 4/10
. .
characterised by having means to separate article or charge from casing without destroying the casing
F42B 4/12
. . .
Parachute or flare separation
F42B 4/14
. .
characterised by having plural successively-ignited charges
F42B 4/16
.
Hand-thrown impact-exploded noise makers;
{
Other noise-makers generating noise via a pyrotechnic charge
}
(cap pistols F41C 3/06)
F42B 4/18
.
Simulations, e.g. pine cone, house that is destroyed, warship, volcano
.
characterised by having holder or support other than casing, e.g. whirler or spike support
{
(supports for flares or torches F42B 4/26)
}
F42B 4/22
.
characterised by having means to separate article or charge from casing without destroying the casing (in aerial display rockets F42B 4/10)
F42B 4/24
.
characterised by having plural successively-ignited charges (in aerial display rockets F42B 4/14)
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Flares; Torches
{
(mines for practice or training containing flares or illuminating charges F42B 8/28; projectiles of illuminating type F42B 12/42)
}
F42B 4/28
. .
Parachute flares (F42B 4/12 takes precedence)
F42B 4/30
.
Manufacture
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Cartridge ammunition, e.g. separately-loaded propellant charges(shotgun ammunitionF42B 7/00; practice or training ammunitionF42B 8/00; missiles thereforF42B 12/00,F42B 14/00,F42B 15/00)
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Cartridges, i.e. cases with charge and missile
. .
{
characterised by the dimension of the case or the missile
}
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F42B 5/03
. .
containing more than one missile
. . .
{
the cartridge or barrel assembly having a plurality of axially stacked projectiles each having a separate propellant charge
}
F42B 5/045
. .
of telescopic type (F42B 5/184 takes precedence)
F42B 5/05
. .
for recoilless guns (recoilless guns using a counter-projectile to balance recoil F41A 1/10)
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F42B 5/067
. .
Mounting or locking missiles in cartridge cases (F42B 5/18 takes precedence)
F42B 5/073
. . .
using an auxiliary locking element
. .
modified for electric ignition
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F42B 5/10
. .
with self-propelled bullet
F42B 5/105
. . .
{
propelled by two propulsive charges, the rearwardly situated one being separated from the rest of the projectile during flight or in the barrel; Projectiles with self-ejecting cartridge cases
}
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F42B 5/145
. .
for dispensing gases, vapours, powders, particles or chemically-reactive substances (from projectiles F42B 12/46)
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F42B 5/15
. . .
for creating a screening or decoy effect, e.g using radar chaff or infra-red flares F42B 4/26
F42B 5/155
. . . .
Smoke-pot projectors, e.g. arranged on vehicles
. .
characterised by composition or physical dimensions or form of propellant charge,
{
with or without projectile,
}
or powder (chemical composition C06B;
{
F42B 5/24 takes precedence
}
)
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F42B 5/18
. .
Caseless ammunition; Cartridges having combustible cases
F42B 5/181
. . .
{
consisting of a combustible casing wall and a metal base; Connectors therefor
}
F42B 5/182
. . .
{
Caseless cartridges characterised by their shape
}
F42B 5/184
. . .
telescopic
F42B 5/188
. . .
Manufacturing processes therefor
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F42B 5/192
. . .
Cartridge cases characterised by the material
{
of the casing wall (cartridge bags F42B 5/38)
}
F42B 5/196
. . . .
Coatings
F42B 5/24
. .
for cleaning; for cooling; for lubricating;
{
for wear reducing
}
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F42B 5/26
.
Cartridge cases (F42B 5/18 takes precedence;
{
manufacturing of cartridge cases B21K 21/04
}
)
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F42B 5/28
. .
of metal
{
i.e. the cartridge-case tube is of metal
}
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F42B 5/285
. . .
formed by assembling several elements
F42B 5/29
. . . .
wound from sheets or strips
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F42B 5/295
. . .
coated
F42B 5/297
. . . .
with plastics
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F42B 5/30
. .
of plastics
{
i.e. the cartridge-case tube is of plastics
}
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F42B 5/307
. . .
formed by assembling several elements
F42B 5/313
. . . .
all elements made of plastics
F42B 5/32
. .
for rim fire
F42B 5/34
. .
with provision for varying the length
F42B 5/36
. .
modified for housing an integral firing-cap
.
Separately-loaded propellant charges, e.g. cartridge bags
{
(F42B 5/16, F42B 5/192 take precedence)
}
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Projectiles or missiles specially adapted for projection without use of explosive or combustible propellant charge, e.g. for blow guns, bows or crossbows, hand-held spring or air guns (for delivering hypodermic charges F42B 12/54; projectiles or missiles incorporating springs as the projecting means F41B 7/02;
{
Arrows or darts for dispensing materials, for producing chemical or physical reaction, or for signalling F42B 12/362
}
)
.
{
Darts
}
F42B 6/006
.
{
Projectiles for electromagnetic or plasma guns
}
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Arrows; Crossbow bolts; Harpoons for hand-held spring or air guns
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F42B 6/04
. .
Archery arrows (F42B 6/08, F41B 5/06,
{
F42B 12/362
}
take precedence)
F42B 6/06
. . .
Tail ends, e.g. nocks, fletching
. .
Arrow heads; Harpoon heads
F42B 6/10
.
Air gun pellets;
{
Ammunition for air guns, e.g. propellant-gas containers
}
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Shotgun ammunition
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F42B 7/02
.
Cartridges, i.e. cases with propellant charge and missile
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F42B 7/04
. .
of pellet type
F42B 7/043
. . .
{
with shot-scattering means
}
F42B 7/046
. . .
{
Pellets or shot therefor
}
F42B 7/06
. .
with cartridge case of plastics
{
F42B 5/30 takes precedence
}
F42B 7/08
. .
Wads,
{
i.e. projectile or shot carrying devices,
}
therefor
F42B 7/10
. .
Ball or slug shotgun cartridges
F42B 7/12
. .
Cartridge top closures, i.e. for the missile side (closures for blasting cartridges F42B 3/24)
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Practice or training ammunition
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Cartridges
{
(F41A 33/02, F42B 7/12 take precedence)
}
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F42B 8/04
. .
Blank cartridges, i.e. primed cartridges without projectile but containing an explosive or combustible powder charge
F42B 8/06
. . .
for cap-firing pistols
F42B 8/08
. .
Dummy cartridges, i.e. inert cartridges containing neither primer nor explosive or combustible powder charge
F42B 8/10
. .
with sub-calibre adaptor
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F42B 8/12
.
Projectiles or missiles (F42B 10/48, F42B 12/36, F42B 19/36 take precedence)
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F42B 8/14
. .
disintegrating in flight or upon impact
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Group F42B 8/14 takes precedence over groups F42B 8/18 to F42B 8/26

F42B 8/16
. . .
containing an inert filler in powder or granular form
F42B 8/18
. .
Rifle grenades
F42B 8/20
. .
Mortar grenades
F42B 8/22
. .
Fall bombs
F42B 8/24
. .
Rockets
F42B 8/26
. .
Hand grenades
F42B 8/28
.
Land or marine mines; Depth charges
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Means for influencing, e.g. improving, the aerodynamic properties of projectiles or missiles; Arrangements on projectiles or missiles for stabilising, steering, range-reducing, range-increasing or fall-retarding (F42B 6/00 takes precedence)
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F42B 10/02
.
Stabilising arrangements
F42B 10/025
. .
{
using giratory or oscillating masses for stabilising projectile trajectory
}
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F42B 10/04
. .
using fixed fins (F42B 10/22 takes precedence)
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F42B 10/06
. . .
Tail fins
F42B 10/08
. . . .
Flechette-type projectiles
F42B 10/10
. . . .
the fins being formed in the barrel by deformation or the projectile body
F42B 10/12
. .
using fins longitudinally-slidable with respect to the projectile or missile
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F42B 10/14
. .
using fins spread or deployed after launch, e.g. after leaving the barrel
F42B 10/143
. . .
{
Lattice or grid fins
}
F42B 10/146
. . .
{
Fabric fins, i.e. fins comprising at least one spar and a fin cover made of flexible sheet material
}
F42B 10/16
. . .
Wrap-around fins
F42B 10/18
. . .
using a longitudinally slidable support member
F42B 10/20
. . .
deployed by combustion gas pressure, or by pneumatic or hydraulic forces
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F42B 10/22
. .
Projectiles of cannelured type
F42B 10/24
. . .
with inclined grooves
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. .
using spin (F42B 10/04, F42B 10/12, F42B 10/14, F42B 10/24, F42B 14/02 take precedence)
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F42B 10/28
. . .
induced by gas action
F42B 10/30
. . . .
using rocket motor nozzles
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F42B 10/32
.
Range-reducing or range-increasing arrangements; Fall-retarding means
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F42B 10/34
. .
Tubular projectiles
F42B 10/36
. . .
Ring-foil projectiles
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F42B 10/38
. .
Range-increasing arrangements (F42B 10/34, F42B 14/06
{
and F42B 15/105
}
take precedence)
F42B 10/40
. . .
with combustion of a slow-burning charge, e.g. fumers, base-bleed projectiles
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F42B 10/42
. . .
Streamlined projectiles
F42B 10/44
. . . .
Boat-tails specially adapted for drag reduction
. . . .
Streamlined nose cones; Windshields; Radomes
{
(F42B 12/105 takes precedence)
}
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F42B 10/48
. .
Range-reducing, destabilising or braking arrangements,
{
e.g. impact-braking arrangements
}
; Fall-retarding means,
{
e.g. balloons, rockets for braking or fall-retarding
}
(F42B 10/34 takes precedence)
F42B 10/50
. . .
Brake flaps,
{
e.g. inflatable
}
F42B 10/52
. . .
Nose cones
F42B 10/54
. . .
Spin braking means
F42B 10/56
. . .
of parachute
{
or paraglider
}
type
F42B 10/58
. . .
of rotochute type
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F42B 10/60
.
Steering arrangements (F42B 19/01 takes precedence)
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F42B 10/62
. .
Steering by movement of flight surfaces
F42B 10/64
. . .
of fins
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F42B 10/66
. .
Steering by varying intensity or direction of thrust (thrust vector control of rocket engine plants F02K 9/80;
{
guiding or controlling apparatus using jets adapted for cosmonautic vehicles B64G 1/26
}
)
F42B 10/661
. . .
{
using several transversally acting rocket motors, each motor containing an individual propellant charge, e.g. solid charge
}
F42B 10/663
. . .
{
using a plurality of transversally acting auxiliary nozzles, which are opened or closed by valves
}
F42B 10/665
. . .
{
characterised by using a nozzle provided with at least a deflector mounted within the nozzle
}
F42B 10/666
. . .
{
characterised by using a nozzle rotatable about an axis transverse to the axis of the projectile
}
F42B 10/668
. . .
{
Injection of a fluid, e.g. a propellant, into the gas shear in a nozzle or in the boundary layer at the outer surface of a misile, e.g. to create a shock wave in a supersonic flow
}
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Projectiles, missiles or mines characterised by the warhead, the intended effect, or the material (F42B 6/00, F42B 10/00, F42B 14/00 take precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/12, F42B 8/28; self-propulsion or guidance aspects F42B 15/00)
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F42B 12/02
.
characterised by the warhead or the intended effect
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F42B 12/04
. .
of armour-piercing type
F42B 12/06
. . .
with hard or heavy core; Kinetic energy penetrators (F42B 12/16, F42B 12/74 take precedence)
F42B 12/08
. . .
with armour-piercing caps; with armoured cupola
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F42B 12/10
. . .
with shaped or hollow charge (shaped or hollow charges per se F42B 1/02;
{
mines having hollow charges F42B 23/04
}
)
F42B 12/105
. . . .
{
Protruding target distance or stand-off members therefor, e.g. slidably mounted (fuze aspects F42C 1/14)
}
F42B 12/12
. . . .
rotatably mounted with respect to missile housing
F42B 12/14
. . . .
the symmetry axis of the hollow charge forming an angle with the longitudinal axis of the projectile
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F42B 12/16
. . . .
in combination with an additional projectile or charge, acting successively on the target
{
(see also F42B 12/625)
}
F42B 12/18
. . . . .
Hollow charges in tandem arrangement
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F42B 12/20
. .
of high-explosive type (F42B 12/44 takes precedence)
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F42B 12/201
. . .
{
characterised by target class
}
F42B 12/202
. . . .
{
for attacking land area or area targets, e.g. airburst
}
F42B 12/204
. . . .
{
for attacking structures, e.g. specific buildings or fortifications, ships or vehicles
}
F42B 12/205
. . . .
{
for attacking aerial targets
}
F42B 12/207
. . .
{
characterised by the explosive material or the construction of the high explosive warhead, e.g. insensitive ammunition
}
F42B 12/208
. . .
{
characterised by a plurality of charges within a single high explosive warhead
}
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F42B 12/22
. . .
with fragmentation-hull construction
F42B 12/24
. . . .
with grooves, recesses or other wall weakenings
{
F42B 12/26, F42B 12/28 take precedence
}
F42B 12/26
. . . .
the projectile wall being formed by a spirally-wound element
F42B 12/28
. . . .
the projectile wall being built from annular elements
F42B 12/30
. . . .
Continuous-rod warheads
F42B 12/32
. . . .
the hull or case comprising a plurality of discrete bodies, e.g. steel balls, embedded therein
{
or disposed around the explosive charge
}
F42B 12/34
. .
expanding before or on impact, i.e. of dumdum or mushroom type
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F42B 12/36
. .
for dispensing materials; for producing chemical or physical reaction; for signalling;
{
for transmitting information
}
F42B 12/362
. . .
{
Arrows or darts (F42B 12/38 takes precedence, having means for implantation, e.g. hypodermic projectiles F42B 12/54; arrows or darts in general F42B 6/00)
}
. . .
{
Projectiles transmitting information to a remote location using optical or electronic means (F42B 12/385 takes precedence)
}
F42B 12/367
. . .
{
Projectiles fragmenting upon impact without the use of explosives, the fragments creating a wounding or lethal effect (practice or training projectiles disintegrating upon impact F42B 8/14; projectiles of high-explosive type with fragmentation-hull construction F42B 12/22)
}
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. . .
of tracer type
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F42B 12/382
. . . .
{
emitting an electromagnetic radiation, e.g. laser beam or infra-red emission
}
F42B 12/385
. . . . .
{
Arrow or dart carrying a radio transmitter for signalling
}
F42B 12/387
. . . .
{
Passive tracers, e.g. using a reflector mounted on the projectile
}
. . .
of target-marking, i.e. impact-indicating type (F42B 12/48,
{
F42B 12/50
}
take precedence)
. . .
of illuminating type, e.g. carrying flares
. . .
of incendiary type (F42B 12/46 takes precedence)
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F42B 12/46
. . .
for dispensing gases, vapours, powders or chemically-reactive substances (F42B 12/70 takes precedence)
F42B 12/48
. . . .
smoke-producing,
{
e.g. infrared clouds
}
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F42B 12/50
. . . .
by dispersion
. . . . .
Fuel-air explosive devices
F42B 12/54
. . . .
by implantation, e.g. hypodermic projectiles
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F42B 12/56
. . .
for dispensing discrete solid bodies (F42B 12/70 takes precedence)
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F42B 12/58
. . . .
Cluster or cargo ammunition, i.e. projectiles containing one or more submissiles (F42B 12/32 takes precedence)
F42B 12/60
. . . . .
the submissiles being ejected radially
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F42B 12/62
. . . . .
the submissiles being ejected parallel to the longitudinal axis of the projectile
F42B 12/625
. . . . . .
{
a single submissile arranged in a carrier missile for being launched or accelerated coaxially; Coaxial tandem arrangement of missiles which are active in the target one after the other (with shaped or hollow charges F42B 12/16)
}
F42B 12/64
. . . . . .
the submissiles being of shot- or flechette-type
. . . . .
Chain-shot, i.e. the submissiles being interconnected by chains or the like;
{
(Ballistically deployed systems for restraining persons or animals F41H 13/0006)
}
. . . .
Line-carrying missiles, e.g. for life-saving (harpoons F42B 30/14,
{
mine-clearing snakes F41H 11/14
}
)
F42B 12/70
. . . .
for dispensing radar chaff or infra-red material (radar-reflector targets, active targets transmitting infra-red radiation F41J 2/00; radar-reflecting surfaces H01Q 15/14)
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F42B 12/72
.
characterised by the material (heat treatment for explosive shells C21D 9/16)
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F42B 12/74
. .
of the core or solid body
F42B 12/745
. . .
{
the core being made of plastics; Compounds or blends of plastics and other materials, e.g. fillers
}
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F42B 12/76
. .
of the casing
F42B 12/78
. . .
of jackets for smallarm bullets;
{
Jacketed bullets or projectiles
}
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F42B 12/80
. . .
Coatings
F42B 12/82
. . . .
reducing friction
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Projectiles or missiles characterised by arrangements for guiding or sealing them inside barrels, or for lubricating or cleaning barrels
F42B 14/02
.
Driving bands; Rotating bands (F42B 14/04 takes precedence)
F42B 14/04
.
Lubrication means in missiles (coatings for reducing friction F42B 12/82)
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F42B 14/06
.
Sub-calibre projectiles having sabots; Sabots therefor
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F42B 14/061
. .
{
Sabots for long rod fin stabilised kinetic energy projectiles, i.e. multisegment sabots attached midway on the projectile
}
F42B 14/062
. . .
{
characterised by contact surfaces between projectile and sabot
}
F42B 14/064
. .
{
Sabots enclosing the rear end of a kinetic energy projectile, i.e. having a closed disk shaped obturator base and petals extending forward from said base
}
F42B 14/065
. .
{
Sabots carrying several projectiles
}
F42B 14/067
. .
{
Sealing aspects in sabots, e.g. sealing between individual segments of the sabots or sealing between the outer surface of the sabot and the inner surface of the barrel
}
F42B 14/068
. .
{
Sabots characterised by the material (F42B 14/067 takes precedence)
}
F42B 14/08
. .
Sabots filled with propulsive charges; Removing sabots by combustion of pyrotechnic elements or by propulsive-gas pressure (arrangements on barrels for remving sabots from projectiles F41A 21/46)
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Self-propelled projectiles or missiles, e.g. rockets; Guided missiles (F42B 10/00, F42B 12/00, F42B 14/00 take precedence: for practice or training F42B 8/12: rocket torpedoes F42B 17/00; marine torpedoes F42B 19/00; cosmonautic vehicles B64G; jet-propulsion plants F02K)
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F42B 15/01
.
Arrangements thereon for guidance or control(
{
steering arrangementsF42B 10/60
}
; aircraft flight controlB64C; guidance systems other than those installed aboardF41G 7/00,F41G 9/00; locating by use of radio or other wavesG01S; flight control in generalG05D 1/00; computer aspectsG06])
. .
using wire, e.g. for guiding ground-to-ground rockets
.
for carrying measuring instruments;
{
Arrangements for mounting sensitive cargo within a projectile
}
(adaptations for meteorology G01W 1/08);
{
Arrangements for acoustic sensitive cargo within a projectile
}
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F42B 15/10
.
Missiles having a trajectory only in the air
F42B 15/105
. .
{
Air torpedoes, e.g. projectiles with or without propulsion, provided with supporting air foil surfaces
}
F42B 15/12
. .
Intercontinental ballistic missiles (F42B 15/01 takes precedence)
F42B 15/20
.
Missiles having a trajectory beginning below water surface (having additional propulsion means for movement through water F42B 17/00)
F42B 15/22
.
Missiles having a trajectory finishing below water surface (having additional propulsion means for movement through water F42B 17/00)
.
Protection against overheating or radiation, e.g. heat shields; Additional cooling arrangements
{
(thermal protection fitted in or to cosmonautic vehicles B64G 1/58)
}
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.
Means for interconnecting rocket-motor and body section; Multi-stage connectors; Disconnecting means
F42B 15/38
. .
Ring-shaped explosive elements for the separation of rocket parts
{
systems for coupling or separating cosmonautic vehicles or parts thereof B64G 1/64
}
Rocket torpedoes, i.e. missiles provided with separate propulsion means for movement through air and through water (F42B 12/00 takes precedence)
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Marine torpedoes, e.g. launched by surface vessels or submarines; Sea mines having self-propulsion means (F42B 12/00 takes precedence; launching means F41F; locating by use of radio or other waves G01S; automatic control of course G05D 1/00; firing directors or calculators G06G)
F42B 19/005
.
{
Nose caps for torpedoes; Coupling torpedo-case parts together
}
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F42B 19/01
.
Steering control
F42B 19/04
. .
Depth control
F42B 19/06
. .
Directional control
F42B 19/08
. .
with means for preventing rolling or pitching
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F42B 19/12
.
Propulsion specially adapted for torpedoes (having additional propulsion means for movement through air F42B 17/00; marine propulsion in general B63H)
F42B 19/125
. .
{
Torpedoes provided with drag-reducing means (projectiles with drag-reducing means F42B 10/38)
}
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F42B 19/14
. .
by compressed-gas motors
F42B 19/16
. . .
of cylinder type
F42B 19/18
. . .
of turbine type
F42B 19/20
. . .
characterised by the composition of propulsive gas; Manufacture or heating thereof in torpedoes
F42B 19/22
. .
by internal-combustion engines
F42B 19/24
. .
by electric motors
F42B 19/26
. .
by jet propulsion
F42B 19/28
. .
with means for avoiding visible wake
F42B 19/30
. .
with timing control of propulsion
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F42B 19/36
.
adapted to be used for exercise purposes, e.g. indicating position or course
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F42B 19/38
. .
with means for causing torpedoes to surface at end of run
F42B 19/40
. . .
by expelling liquid ballast
F42B 19/42
. . .
by releasing solid ballast
F42B 19/44
. . .
by enlarging displacement
F42B 19/46
.
adapted to be launched from aircraft
Depth charges (F42B 12/00 takes precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/28; laying aspects B63G)
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Marine mines, e.g. launched by surface vessels or submarines (F42B 12/00 takes precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/28; mine laying or sweeping B63G)
F42B 22/02
.
Contact mines
{
e.g. antenne-type mines
}
(contact fuzes F42C 7/02)
F42B 22/04
.
Influenced mines, e.g. by magnetic or acoustic effect
F42B 22/06
.
Ground mines
F42B 22/08
.
Drifting mines (with propulsion means F42B 19/00)
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F42B 22/10
.
Moored mines
F42B 22/12
. .
at a fixed depth setting
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F42B 22/14
. .
at a variable depth setting
F42B 22/16
. . .
using mechanical means, e.g. plummet and float
F42B 22/18
. . .
using hydrostatic means
F42B 22/20
. . .
using magnetic or acoustic depth-control means
F42B 22/22
.
having self-contained sinking means
F42B 22/24
.
Arrangement of mines in fields or barriers (net barriers for harbour defence F41H 11/05)
F42B 22/42
.
with anti-sweeping means, e.g. electrical
F42B 22/44
.
adapted to be launched from aircraft
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Land mines;
{
Land torpedoes
}
(F42B 12/00 takes precedence; for pratice or training F42B 8/28)
F42B 23/005
.
{
Selfpropelled land mines
}
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F42B 23/04
.
anti-vehicle
{
, e.g. anti-aircraft or anti tank (hollow charges per se F42B 1/02; artillery projectiles having hollow charges F42B 12/10)
}
F42B 23/08
. .
non-metallic
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F42B 23/10
.
anti-personnel
F42B 23/14
. .
non-metallic
F42B 23/16
. .
of missile type, i.e.
{
all kinds of mines launched
}
for detonation after ejection from ground (fuzes for initiating mine ejection F42C 1/09)
F42B 23/24
.
Details
Fall bombs (F42B 10/00, F42B 12/00 take precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/12;
{
gliding type bombs F42B 15/105
}
)
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Hand grenades (F42B 12/00 takes precedence; for practice or training F42B 8/12)
F42B 27/08
.
with handle
Noiseless, smokeless, or flashless missiles launched by their own explosive propellant
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Projectiles or missiles, not otherwise provided for, characterised by the ammunition class or type, e.g. by the launching apparatus or weapon used (F42B 10/00, F42B 12/00, F42B 14/00 take precedence)
F42B 30/003
.
{
Closures or baseplates therefor (closures for blasting cartridges F42B 3/24, for shotgun cartridges F42B 7/12)
}
.
{
Mounting of sensors, antennas or target trackers on projectiles
}
F42B 30/02
.
Bullets
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F42B 30/04
.
Rifle grenades
. .
Bullet traps or bullet decelerators therefor
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F42B 30/08
.
Ordnance projectiles or missiles, e.g. shells
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F42B 30/10
. .
Mortar projectiles
F42B 30/12
. . .
with provision for additional propulsive charges, or for varying the length
F42B 30/14
.
Harpoons (for hand-held spring or air guns F42B 6/02)
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Manufacture or ammunition: Dismantling or ammunition; Apparatus therefor (F42B 5/188 takes precedence; manufacturing processes for hollow charges F42B 1/036: manufacture of blasing cartridge initiators F42B 3/195)
F42B 33/001
.
{
Devices or processes for assembling ammunition, cartridges or cartridge elements from parts
}
F42B 33/002
.
{
Orienting or guiding means for cartridges or cartridge parts during the manufacturing or packaging process; Feeding cartridge elements to automatic machines
}
F42B 33/004
.
{
Cartridge loaders of the rotatable-turret type
}
F42B 33/005
.
{
Crimping cartridge cases on projectiles
}
F42B 33/007
.
{
Making cavities in an explosive or propulsive charge
}
F42B 33/008
.
{
Cutting explosive or propulsive charges
}
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F42B 33/02
.
Filling cartridges, missiles, or fuzes; Inserting propellant or explosive charges
{
(F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/0207
. .
{
Processes for loading or filling propulsive or explosive charges in containers
}
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F42B 33/0214
. .
{
by casting (F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/0221
. . .
{
by centrifugal casting
}
F42B 33/0228
. . .
{
Funnel arrangements therefor
}
F42B 33/0235
. . .
{
Heating of casting equipment or explosive charge containers during the loading process
}
F42B 33/0242
. . .
{
by pressure casting
}
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F42B 33/025
. .
{
by compacting (F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/0257
. . .
{
by vibration compacting
}
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F42B 33/0264
. .
{
by using screw-type feeders (F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/0271
. . .
{
for extruding blasting cartridges
}
F42B 33/0278
. .
{
Safety arrangements therefor (F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
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F42B 33/0285
. .
{
Measuring explosive-charge levels in containers or cartridge cases; Methods or devices for controlling the quantity of material fed or filled (F42B 33/004 takes precedence; controlling the quantity of material fed in packaging B65B 3/26)
}
F42B 33/0292
. . .
{
by volumetric measurement, i.e. the volume of the material being determined before filling
}
F42B 33/04
.
Fitting or extracting primers in or from fuzes or charges
{
(F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
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.
Dismantling fuzes, cartridges, projectiles, missiles, rockets or bombs (
{
F42B 33/004 and
}
F42B 33/04 take precedence;
{
elimination of undesirable components of explosives C06B 21/0091
}
)
F42B 33/062
. .
{
by high-pressure water jet means
}
F42B 33/065
. .
{
by laser means
}
. .
{
by combustion (incineration apparatuses or processes for used articles F23G 7/003)
}
F42B 33/10
.
Reconditioning used cartridge cases
{
(F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/12
.
Crimping shotgun cartridges
{
(F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
F42B 33/14
.
Surface treatment of cartridges or cartridge cases
{
(F42B 33/004 takes precedence)
}
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Testing or checking of ammunition
{
(apparatus for measuring the energy of projectiles G01L 5/14)
}
F42B 35/02
.
Gauging, sorting, trimming or shortening cartridges or missiles
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Packaging or storage of ammunition or explosive charges; Safety features therof; Cartridge belts or bags
F42B 39/002
.
{
Cartridge containers provided with cartridge-dispensing means
}
F42B 39/005
.
{
Protection for driving bands
}
F42B 39/007
.
{
Packaging or storage of arrows or darts (quivers for arrows F41B 5/06)
}
.
Cartridge bags; Bandoleers
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.
Cartridge belts
F42B 39/082
. .
{
for caseless ammunition
}
F42B 39/085
. .
{
for blank cartridges
}
F42B 39/087
. .
{
Feed belts manufactured from fabric or plastics material
}
F42B 39/10
. .
Machines for charging or for extracting cartridges from feed belts
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.
Explosion or fire protection arrangements on packages or ammunition (F42B 39/20
{
and F42B 39/24
}
take precedence;
{
wall or panel structure of fireproof safes or storage containers E05G 1/024
}
)
F42B 39/16
. .
Fire-extinguishing
F42B 39/18
. .
Heat shields; Thermal insulation
.
Packages or ammunition having valves for pressure-equalising; Packages or ammunition having plugs for pressure release, e.g. meltable
{
Blow-out panels; Venting arrangements (ventilating arrangements on packages formed from foldable or erectable blanks B65D 5/4295; packages with pressure-relief valves incorporated in a container wall B65D 77/225)
}
F42B 39/22
.
Locking of ammunition in transport containers
F42B 39/24
.
Shock-absorbing arrangements in packages,
{
e.g. for shock waves
}
F42B 39/26
.
Packages or containers for a plurality of ammunition, e.g. cartridges (F42B 39/14 to F42B 39/24, F42B 39/28 take precedence)
F42B 39/28
.
Ammunition racks, e.g. in vehicles
F42B 39/30
.
Containers for detonators or fuzes (F42B 39/14, F42B 39/20 take precedence)
F42B 99/00
Subject matter not provided for in other groups of this subclass
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