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Explosives for civil uses

Directive 93/15/EEC

Short name:

Explosives for civil uses

Base:

Council Directive 93/15/EEC of 5 April 1993 on the harmonization of the provisions relating to the placing on the market and supervision of explosives for civil uses
OJ No L 121 of 15 May 1993

Modification:

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Directives repealed:

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Guide for application:

Guidance on CE marking for professionals

EC contact point:

DG Enterprise & Industry
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E-mail
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Publications in the Official Journal:

Commission communication under Directive 93/15/EEC OJ C 221 of 2006-09-14 pdf български (bg) czech (cs) dansk (da) Deutsch (de) eesti (et) ελληνικά (el) español (es) Français (fr) Gaeilge (ga) hrvatski (hr) italiano (it) latviešu (lv) lietuvių (lt) magyar (hu) Malti (mt) Nederlands (nl) polski (pl) português (pt) română (ro) slovenčina (sk) slovenščina (sl) suomi (fi) svenska (sv) [100 KB]
This list replaces all the previous lists published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Summary list of references of harmonised standards under Directive 93/15/EEC on explosives for civil uses

The information contained in the summary list is a compilation of the references of standards which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Although the lists are updated regularly, they may not be complete and they do not have any legal validity; only publication in the Official Journal produces legal affect.

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Reference and title of the harmonised standard
(and reference document)

Reference of superseded standard

Date of cessation of presumption of conformity of superseded standard

Note 1

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EN 13630-1:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 1: Requirements

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EN 13630-2:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 2: Determination of thermal stability of detonating cords and safety fuses

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EN 13630-3:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 3: Determination of sensitiveness to friction of the core of detonating cords

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EN 13630-4:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 4: Determination of sensitiveness to impact of detonating cords

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EN 13630-5:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 5: Determination of resistance to abrasion of detonating cords

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EN 13630-6:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 6: Determination of resistance to tension of detonating cords

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EN 13630-7:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 7: Determination of reliability of initiation of detonating cords

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EN 13630-8:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 8: Determination of resistance to water of detonating cords and safety fuses

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EN 13630-9:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 9: Determination of transmission of detonation from detonating cord to detonating cord

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EN 13630-10:2005

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 10: Determination of initiating capability of detonating cords

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EN 13630-11:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 11: Determination of velocity of detonation of detonating cords

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EN 13630-12:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonating cords and safety fuses - Part 12: Determination of burning duration of safety fuses

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EN 13631-1:2005

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 1: Requirements

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EN 13631-2:2002

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 2: Determination of thermal stability of explosives

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EN 13631-3:2004

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 3: Determination of sensitiveness to friction of explosives

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EN 13631-4:2002

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 4: Determination of sensitiveness to impact of explosives

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EN 13631-5:2002

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 5: Determination of resistance to water

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EN 13631-6:2002

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 6: Determination of resistance to hydrostatic pressure

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EN 13631-7:2003

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 7: Determination of safety and reliability at extreme temperatures

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EN 13631-10:2003

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 10: Method for the verification of the means of initiation

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EN 13631-11:2003

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 11: Determination of transmission of detonation

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EN 13631-12:2004

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 12: Specifications of boosters with different initiating capability

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EN 13631-13:2003

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 13: Determination of density

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EN 13631-14:2003

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 14: Determination of velocity of detonation

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EN 13631-15:2005

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 15: Calculation of thermodynamic properties

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EN 13631-16:2004

Explosives for civil uses - High explosives - Part 16: Detection and measurement of toxic gases

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EN 13763-1:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 1: Requirements

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EN 13763-2:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 2: Determination of thermal stability

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EN 13763-3:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 3: Determination of sensitiveness to impact

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EN 13763-4:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 4: Determination of resistance to abrasion of leading wires and shock tubes

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EN 13763-5:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 5: Determination of resistance to cutting damage of leading wires and shock tubes

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EN 13763-6:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 6: Determination of resistance to cracking in low temperatures of leading wires

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EN 13763-7:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 7: Determination of the mechanical strength of leading wires, shock tubes, connections, crimps and closures

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EN 13763-8:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 8: Determination of the resistance to vibration of plain detonators

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EN 13763-9:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 9: Determination of resistance to bending of detonators

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EN 13763-11:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 11: Determination of resistance to damage by dropping of detonators and relays

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EN 13763-12:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 12:Determination of resistance to hydrostatic pressure

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EN 13763-13:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 13: Determination of resistance of electric detonators to electrostatic discharge

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EN 13763-15:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 15: Determination of equivalent initiating capability

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EN 13763-16:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 16: Determination of delay accuracy

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EN 13763-17:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 17: Determination of no-fire current of electric detonators

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EN 13763-18:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 18: Determination of series firing current of electric detonators

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EN 13763-19:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 19: Determination of firing impulse of electric detonators

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EN 13763-20:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 20: Determination of total electrical resistance of electric detonators

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EN 13763-21:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 21: Determination of flash-over voltage of electric detonators

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EN 13763-22:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 22: Determination of capacitance, insulation resistance and insulation breakdown of leading wires

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EN 13763-23:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 23: Determination of the shock-wave velocity of shock tube

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EN 13763-24:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 24: Determination of the electrical non-conductivity of shock tube

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EN 13763-25:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Detonators and relays - Part 25: Determination of transfer capability of surface connectors, relays and coupling accessories

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EN 13857-1:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Part 1: Terminology

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EN 13857-3:2002

Explosives for civil uses - Part 3: Information to be provided by the manufacturer or his authorised representative to the user

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EN 13938-1:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 1: Requirements

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EN 13938-1:2004/AC:2006

  

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EN 13938-2:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 2: Determination of resistance to electrostatic energy

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EN 13938-3:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 3: Determination of deflagration to detonation transition

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EN 13938-4:2003

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 4: Determination of burning rate under ambient conditions

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EN 13938-5:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 5: Determination of voids and fissures

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EN 13938-7:2004

Explosives for civil uses - Propellants and rocket propellants - Part 7: Determination of properties of black powder

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Note 1: Generally the date of cessation of presumption of conformity will be the date of withdrawal ("dow"), set by the European Standardisation Organisation, but attention of users of these standards is drawn to the fact that in certain exceptional cases this can be otherwise

Note 3: In case of amendments, the referenced standard is EN CCCCC:YYYY, its previous amendments, if any, and the new, quoted amendment. The superseded standard (column 3) therefore consists of EN CCCCC:YYYY and its previous amendments, if any, but without the new quoted amendment. On the date stated, the superseded standard ceases to give presumption of conformity with the essential requirements of the directive.

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