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Transport Cost Essay

716 words - 3 pages

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung
Arbeitsgruppe Pyrotechnik
Fachgruppe II.3 Explosivstoffe

Technische Information zur Kennzeichnung pyrotechnischer Gegenstände ab
dem 01. Oktober 2009
Mit dem 1. Oktober 2009 wird u.a. die europäische Richtlinie 2007/23/EG für das
Inverkehrbringen von pyrotechnischen Gegenständen in Deutschland umgesetzt.
Ab diesem Datum werden bis 2017 (Übergangsvorschriften) die neue und die alte
Version der Kennzeichnung auf den pyrotechnischen Gegenständen zu finden sein.
Sowohl das alte Zulassungszeichen z.B.

(Bsp. BAM-PII-0001)

wie auch die neuen Zeichen. Davon wird es mehrere geben. Es sind:
das CE Zeichen

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Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung
Arbeitsgruppe Pyrotechnik
Fachgruppe II.3 Explosivstoffe

0163 für das LOM aus Spanien
0589 für die BAM aus Deutschland
1395 für Konstrukta Defence aus Slowakei
Die pyrotechnischen Anzündmittel werden künftig den sonstigen pyrotechnischen
Gegenständen zugeordnet.
Die pyrotechnischen Sätze sind den Explosivstoffen (Richtlinie 93/15/EG) gleich
gestellt. Künftig wird es bei den pyrotechnischen Sätzen auch zwei Kategorien
geben. Umgangsrechtlich entsprechen diese den Unterschieden zwischen T1 und T2
bzw. von P1 und P2.
Nachfolgend wird eine Zusammenfassung der einzelnen Kategorien im
Zusammenhang mit Baumusterprüfung (früher Zulassungsprüfung), den
Qualitätssicherungsmodulen und den Identifikationszeichen gegeben.



QS Modul

ID - Zeichen



B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B/ §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B oder H

C, D, E, H


Bühnen- und


B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E




B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E



B / §5 SprengG

C, D, E

BAM –...

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