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Amatol is a military explosive, which found primarily in the IITH world war use. Contrary to the usual - predominantly common explosive TNT - the different Amatol explosives had a substantially higher explosive yield. Amatol was used in particular for the breakup of bridges and attachment plants. Amatol was one of the first military explosives, that was to a large extent insensitive against impact, warmth and cold weather. Besides Amatol was relative to easy to handle and good Portionieren. For the 1960 it years however highly explosive nearly without exception Plastiksprengstoffe come like e.g. in the military range. Semtex or Hexogen to the employment.

Amatol x/y

military explosives, Germany the Second World War;

pourable mixtures, in general from x % TNT and y % nitrate of ammonia (in the USA x and y were exchanged)

Amatol 39

(Letters and numbers)

Spare explosives, Germany the Second World War;

pourable mixtures

Composition: 35 45% nitrate of ammonia, 5 15% Hexogen and 50% TNT and/or Dinitrobenzol /32/

Amatol 40

military explosive, Germany the Second World War;

Sprengkopf of the V 1-Raketen;

Composition: 50% Dinitroanisol and/or Dinitrobenzol, 35% nitrate of ammonia, 15% Hexogen /33/

Amatol 41

military explosive, Germany the Second World War;

Composition: 52% nitrate of ammonia, 6% calcium nitrate, 30% Ethylendinitramin, 10% Hexogen, 2% Montanwachs

Fp. x/y/z (letter) (filling powder)

the TNT content in %, the second number (if no additional letter follows) designates military explosive mixtures, Germany starting from 1888die first number the nitrate of ammonia content in %, further numbers with letter the content of further aggregates; The letters have the following meaning:

C = KaliumnitratK = KaliumammoniumnitratN and/or well = NatriumnitratNs = Natriumnitrat and SteinsalzS = SteinsalzST = stucco

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 40% TNT, 60% nitrate of ammonia

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 50% TNT, 50% nitrate of ammonia

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 60% TNT, 40% nitrate of ammonia

Fp. 02Deutschland, starting from 1902; Filling powder 02, blowing up ammunition 02; Pseudonym for TNT /32, 33/

Fp. 88Deutschland, starting from 1888; Filling powder 88, blowing up ammunition 88; Pseudonym for

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 95% TNT, 5% wax

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 90% TNT, 10% wax

Fp. explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 85% TNT, 15% wax

Fp. 20 military explosive, Germany the Second World War; Composition: 80% TNT, 20% wax


Articles in category "Amatol"

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» Acetone peroxide
» Amatol
» Ammonal
» Ammongelit
» Ammonium picrate
» Amplifier charge
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» ANNM

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