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 03 August 2020. Database contains 70 unique substances/entries.
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0193
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0194
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0192
1.1 G
See Entry for UN No 0191
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0191
1.4 G
Articles designed to produce signals.
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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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0110
1.4 S
See Entry for UN No 0318
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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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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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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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0054
1.3 G
Cartridges, Signal Articles designed to fire coloured flares or other signals from signal pistols, etc.
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0050
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0049
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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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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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0019
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0018
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0018
1.2 G
Ammunition, Tear-producing with burster, expelling charge or propelling charge Ammunition containing tear-producing substance. It also contains one or more of the following: a pyrotechnic substance; a propelling charge with primer and igniter charge; a fuze with burster or expelling charge.
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0016
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0015
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0015
1.2 G
Ammunition, Smoke Ammunition containing smoke-producing substance. Except when the substance is an explosive per se, the ammunition also contains one or more of the following: a propelling charge with primer and igniter charge; a fuze with burster or expelling charge.
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0010
1.3 G
See Entry for UN No 0009
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0009
1.2 G
Ammunition Generic term related mainly to articles of military application consisting of all kind of bombs, grenades, rockets, mines, projectiles and other similar devices. Ammunition, Incendiary Ammunition containing incendiary substance. Except when the composition is an explosive per se, it also contains one or more of the following: a propelling charge with primer and igniter charge; a fuze with burster or expelling charge.
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