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IPC 7
 
F42-F42B00538
  F42B 6/00 - F42B 12/82  

SECTION F – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING


F 42AMMUNITION; BLASTING


F 42 BEXPLOSIVE CHARGES, e.g. FOR BLASTING; FIREWORKS; AMMUNITION (explosive compositions C06B; fuzes F42C; blasting F42D) [2,5]


Subclass Index

CHARGES CHARACTERISED BY THE FORM 

F42B 1/00 

BLASTING CARTRIDGES 

F42B 3/00 

Initiators 

F42B 3/10 

FIREWORKS 

F42B 4/00 

CARTRIDGE AMMUNITION 

F42B 5/00 

PROJECTILES FOR BLOWGUNS, BOWS, SPRING OR AIR GUNS 

F42B 6/00 

SHOTGUN AMMUNITION 

F42B 7/00 

TRAINING AMMUNITION 

F42B 8/00 

STEERING, STABILISING OR RETARDING OF AMMUNITION 

F42B 10/00 

AMMUNITION CHARACTERISED BY WARHEAD, INTENDED EFFECT OR MATERIAL 

F42B 12/00 

GUIDING OR SEALING AMMUNITION IN BARRELS, LUBRICATING OR CLEANING BARRELS BY AMMUNITION 

F42B 14/00 

TYPES OF AMMUNITION 

Warhead types 

F42B 12/00 

Self-propelled projectiles or missiles, rocket torpedoes, marine torpedoes 

F42B 15/00 to F42B 19/00 

Depth charges 

F42B 21/00 

Marine mines 

F42B 22/00 

Land mines 

F42B 23/00 

Fall bombs 

F42B 25/00 

Hand grenades 

F42B 27/00 

Noiseless, smokeless or flashless projectiles 

F42B 29/00 

Bullets, rifle grenades, ordnance projectiles, harpoons 

F42B 30/00 

MANUFACTURING OR DISMANTLING OF AMMUNITION 

F42B 33/00 

TESTING OR CHECKING OF AMMUNITION 

F42B 35/00 

PACKAGING OR STORAGE OF AMMUNITION OR EXPLOSIVE CHARGES, SAFETY FEATURES THEREOF 

F42B 39/00 



1/

00Explosive charges characterised by form or shape but not dependent on shape of container

1/

02.Shaped or hollow charges (blasting cartridges with cavities in the charge F42B 3/08; oil-winning using shaped-charge perforators E21B 43/116)

1/

024..provided with embedded bodies of inert material  [5]

1/

028..characterised by the form of the liner  [5]

1/

032..characterised by the material of the liner  [5]

1/

036..Manufacturing processes therefor  [5]

1/

04.Detonator charges not forming part of the fuze


3/

00Blasting 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)

3/

02.adapted to be united into assemblies

3/

04.for producing gas under pressure

3/

06..with re-utilisable case

3/

08.with cavities in the charge, e.g. hollow-charge blasting cartridges

3/

087.Flexible or deformable blasting cartridges, e.g. bags or hoses (loaded cartridge bags F42B 5/38)  [5]

3/

093..in mat or tape form  [5]

3/

10.Initiators therefor (percussion fuzes F42C 7/00; percussion caps F42C 19/10; electric primers F42C 19/12)

Note

 Group F42B 3/18 takes precedence over groups F42B 3/103 to F42B 3/16.

3/

103..Mounting initiator heads in initiators; Sealing-plugs  [5]

3/

107...Sealing-plugs characterised by the material used  [5]

3/

11..characterised by the material used, e.g. for initiator case or electric leads (F42B 3/107 takes precedence)  [5]

3/

113..activated by optical means, e.g. laser, flashlight  [5]

3/

117..activated by friction  [5]

3/

12..Bridge initiators

3/

13...with semiconductive bridge  [5]

3/

14..Spark initiators

3/

16..Delay initiators

3/

18..Safety initiators resistant to premature firing by static electricity or stray currents

3/

182...having shunting means  [5]

3/

185...having semiconductive sealing plugs  [5]

3/

188...having radio-frequency filters  [5]

3/

192..designed for neutralisation on contact with water  [5]

3/

195..Manufacture  [5]

3/

198...of electric initiator heads  [5]

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)  [5]

3/

24.Cartridge closures or seals (top closures for shotgun ammunition cartridges F42B 7/12)  [5]

3/

26.Arrangements for mounting initiators; Accessories therefor, e.g. tools  [5]

3/

28.Cartridge cases characterised by the material used, e.g. coatings (for initiator cases F42B 3/11)  [5]


4/

00Fireworks, i.e. pyrotechnic devices for amusement, display, illumination, or signal purposes (signalling by explosives G08B; advertising by firework G09F 13/46) [2]

4/

02.in cartridge form, i.e. shell, propellant, and primer  [2]

4/

04.Firecrackers  [2]

4/

06.Aerial display rockets (rockets in general F42B 15/00)  [2]

4/

08..characterised by having vanes, wings, parachutes, or balloons  [2]

4/

10..characterised by having means to separate article or charge from casing without destroying casing  [2]

4/

12...Parachute or flare separation  [2]

4/

14..characterised by having plural successively-ignited charges  [2]

4/

16.Hand-thrown impact-exploded noise makers (cap pistols F41C 3/06)  [4]

4/

18.Simulations, e.g. pine cone, house that is destroyed, warship, volcano  [2]

4/

20.characterised by having holder or support other than casing, e.g. whirler or spike support  [2]

4/

22.characterised by having means to separate an article or charge from casing without destroying casing (in aerial display rockets F42B 4/10)  [2]

4/

24.characterised by having plural successively-ignited charges (in aerial display rockets F42B 4/14)  [2]

4/

26.Flares; Torches  [2]

4/

28..Parachute flares (F42B 4/12 takes precedence)  [2]

4/

30.Manufacture  [2]


5/

00Cartridge ammunition, e.g. separately-loaded propellant charges (shotgun ammunition F42B 7/00; practice or training ammunition F42B 8/00; missiles therefor F42B 12/00, F42B 14/00, F42B 15/00)

5/

02.Cartridges, i.e. cases with propellant charge and missile

5/

03..containing more than one missile  [4]

5/

045..of telescopic type (F42B 5/184 takes precedence)  [5]

5/

05..for recoilless guns (recoilless guns using a counter-projectile to balance recoil F41A 1/10)  [4]

5/

067..Mounting or locking missiles in cartridge cases (F42B 5/18 takes precedence)  [5]

5/

073...using an auxiliary locking element  [5]

5/

08..modified for electric ignition

5/

10..with self-propelled bullet

5/

14..for marking cattle

5/

145..for dispensing gases, vapours, powders, particles or chemically-reactive substances (from projectiles F42B 12/46, F42B 12/70)  [5]

5/

15...for creating a screening or decoy effect, e.g. using radar chaff or infra-red material (infra-red flares F42B 4/26)  [5]

5/

155....Smoke-pot projectors, e.g. arranged on vehicles  [5]

5/

16..characterised by composition or physical dimensions or form of propellant charge or powder (chemical composition C06B)

5/

18..Caseless ammunition; Cartridges having combustible cases  [5]

5/

184...telescopic  [5]

5/

188...Manufacturing processes therefor  [5]

5/

192...Cartridge cases characterised by the material used  [5]

5/

196....Coatings  [5]

5/

24..for cleaning; for cooling; for lubricating  [5]

5/

26.Cartridge cases (F42B 5/18 takes precedence)

5/

28..of metal

5/

285...formed by assembling several elements  [4]

5/

29....wound from sheets or strips  [4]

5/

295...coated  [4]

5/

297....with plastics  [5]

5/

30..of plastics

5/

307...formed by assembling several elements  [4]

5/

313....all elements made of plastics  [4]

5/

32..for rim fire

5/

34..with provision for varying the length

5/

36..modified for housing an integral firing-cap

5/

38.Separately-loaded propellant charges, e.g. cartridge bags  [4]

   F42B 6/00 - F42B 12/82  
 

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