explosives-civil-uses

EU. Explosives for Civil Uses. Directive 2014/28/EU

This database represents Directive 2014/28/EC's Annex I, a non-exhaustive list of pyrotechnic articles and ammunition, identified following the United Nations recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods.

Last updated 19 June 2020. Database contains 70 unique substances/entries.
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0373
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0192
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0194
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0195
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0313
1.2 G
See Entry for UN No 0195
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0196
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0197
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0487
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0194
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0492
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0194
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0493
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0194
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0193
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0194
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0191
1.4 G
Articles designed to produce signals.
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0320
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0319
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0319
1.3 G
Primers, tubular Articles consisting of a primer for ignition and an auxiliary charge of deflagrating explosive such as black powder used to ignite the propelling charge in a cartridge case, e.g. cannon.
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0376
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0319
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0066
1.4 G
Cord, Igniter Article consisting of textile yarns covered with black powder or another fast burning pyrotechnic composition and of a flexible protective covering; or it consists of a core of black powder surrounded by a flexible woven fabric: It burns progressively along its length with an external flame and is used to transmit ignition from a device to a charge.
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0452
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0372
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0110
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0318
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0372
1.2 G
See Entry for UN No 0318
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0318
1.3 G
Grenades hand or rifle Articles which are designed to be thrown by hand or to be projected by a rifle. The term includes: Grenades practice, hand or rifle.
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0103
1.4 G
Fuse, igniter, tubular, metal clad Article consisting of a metal tube with a core of deflagrating explosive.
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0101
1.3 G
Fuse/Fuze Although these two words have a common origin (French fusee, fusil) and are sometimes considered to be different spellings, it is useful to maintain the convention that fuse refers to a cord-like igniting device whereas fuze refers to a device used in ammunition which incorporates mechanical, electrical, chemical or hydrostatic components to initiate a train by deflagration or detonation. Fuse, instantaneous, non-detonating (quick-match) Article consisting of cotton yarns impregnated with fine black powder (quickmatch). It burns with an external flame and is used in ignition trains for fireworks, etc.
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0335
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0333
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0336
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0333
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0334
1.2 G
See Entry for UN No 0333
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0333
1.1 G
Fireworks Pyrotechnic articles designed for entertainment.
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0337
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0334
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0421
1.2 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0420
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0419
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0403
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0312
1.4 G
Cartridges, signal Articles designed to fire coloured flares or other signals from signal pistols.
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0306
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0212
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0054
1.3 G
Cartridges, Signal Articles designed to fire coloured flares or other signals from signal pistols, etc.
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0212
1.3 G
Tracers for ammunition Sealed articles containing pyrotechnic substances, designed to reveal the trajectory of a projectile.
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0049
1.1 G
Cartridges, Flash Articles consisting of a casing, a primer and flash powder, all assembled in one piece ready for firing.
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0050
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0049
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0093
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0092
1.3 G
Flares Articles containing pyrotechnic substances which are designed for use to illuminate, identify, signal or warn.
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0418
1.2 G
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0405
1.4 S
Cartridges, Signal Articles designed to fire coloured flares or other signals from signal pistols, etc.
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0404
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0092
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0039
1.2 G
Bombs Explosive articles which are dropped from aircraft. They may contain a flammable liquid with bursting charge, a photo-flash composition or a bursting charge. The term includes: bombs, photo-flash.
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0299
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0039
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0362
1.4 G
Ammunition, practice Ammunition without a main bursting charge, containing a burster or expelling charge. Normally it also contains a fuze and a propelling charge.
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0254
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0171
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0019
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0018
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0297
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0254
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0303
1.4 G
See Entry for UN No 0015
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0171
1.2 G
Ammunition, illuminating with or without burster, expelling charge or propelling charge Ammunition designed to produce a single source of intense light for lighting up an area. The term includes illuminating cartridges, grenades and projectiles; and illuminating and target identification bombs.
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