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Description for 2892: Explosives

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 28: Chemicals And Allied Products

Industry Group 289: Miscellaneous Chemical Products

2892 Explosives
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing explosives. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition for small arms are classified in Industry 3482, and those manufacturing fireworks are classified in Industry 2899.
  • Amatol (explosives)
  • Azides (explosives)
  • Blasting powder and blasting caps
  • Carbohydrates, nitrated (explosives)
  • Cordeau detonant (explosives)
  • Cordite (explosives)
  • Detonating caps for safety fuses
  • Detonators (explosive compounds)
  • Dynamite
  • Explosive cartridges for concussion forming of metal
  • Explosive compounds
  • Explosives
  • Fulminate of mercury (explosive compounds)
  • Fuse powder
  • Fuses, safety
  • Gunpowder
  • High explosives
  • Lead azide (explosives)
  • Mercury azide (explosives)
  • Nitrocellulose powder (explosives)
  • Nitroglycerin (explosives)
  • Nitromannitol (explosives)
  • Nitrostarch (explosives)
  • Nitrosugars (explosives)
  • Pentolite (explosives)
  • Permissible explosives
  • Picric acid (explosives)
  • Powder, explosive: pellet, smokeless, and sporting
  • Squibbs, electric
  • Styphnic acid
  • Tetryl (explosives)
  • Well shooting torpedoes (explosives)

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