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The lower force belts weren't dismantled. So such deep dismantling required an absolutely new technology. O. Paton of the Ukraine Science Academy and it allows to cut all the silo reinforced constructions and to crush its concrete by explosion. In comparison with other technologies this one has the following advantages: - The efficient cutting of metal and crushing of concrete by explosions allow to break the silo construction to separate pieces weighing no more than 10 tons. So the powerful, stationary hoisting cranes capable to hoist from 160 to 280 tons could be excluded from the technology process, there is less demand in expensive cutting equipment consuming a lot of power, and the time period of cutting is reduced.
59 V. H. Baryakhtar and T. ), Demilitarisation o/Munitions, 59-69. © 1997 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 60 A few examples illustrating this policy are presented below. 3. 1. THE CONTEXT Ever since their invention by Paul Vieille at the end of the last century, single-base propellants, called smokeless propellants, have been developed and produced both in France and allover the world, with the result that there are considerable stocks of propellants, or of ammunition containing propellants, which have now reached the end of their lifetime and have been scrapped.
Feeding device resp. special toolholder for smaller calibres, designed for operating under remote control, rotatable (Figure 8) j 4. the washing-out lance with special nozzles incl. computerised feeding system and tank for receiving the explosive suspensions (Figure 9). Figure 6 Washing- out facility for explosives, safety boxes (Fig. 6) 51 Figure 7 Device for screwing under remote control, for fuzes, with own feeding device, designed as a turntable 52 Figure 8 Feeding device resp. special toolholder for smaller calibres, designed for operating under remote control, rotatable Figure 9 Washing-out lance with special nozzles incl.