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FUZE M904-M905 

 

 

TYPE:

Fuze

DESCRIPTION:

Bomb Fuzes M904- M905

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

As is, Where is

 

 

bomb fuzes m904 - m905

 

From New manufacture




M904 Nose fuze

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
M904 is a mechanical action nose fuze designed for use with all types of General Purpose (GP) low and high drag bombs Mk80 series.
The fuze is armed by air pressure causing the arming vanes to rotate. Minimum airspeed of approximately 150 knots is required for arming. Arming delay time is marked in 2 s intervals from 6 to 18 sec. On impact a firing delay time is provided by delay element M9. An adaptor is required to accommodate the 2 inch fuze thread in the larger fuze wells of the Mk80. This fuze may be used for impact and impact-delay application in conjunction with tail fuze M905.

SAFETY FEATURES
A safety wire inserted in the fuze prevents the arming vane from rotating. A red tag, attached to the safety wire inserted in the fuze states that a white stripe must be visible through the inspection window at the 6 and 18 second arming setting.

An inspection window in the thumb grip just above the rotor cavity shows the rotor after it moves into the armed position. The window in the body will show red if the striker body has moved into the firing position. Either condition indicates an armed fuze.

In unarmed condition, the rotor is out of line with the rest of the explosive train. The delay or non delay element is not inserted in the fuze until it is ito be used. The empty delay element cavity acts as an interruptor to the explosive train during handling, transporting and storage.

PACKING
One (1) M904 Tail Fuze packed complete with coupler drive and vane arming assembly without non delay or delay elements sealed in tubular containers. 8 Tubular containers sealed under vacuum in plastic bugs.
Ten (10) Delay Elements in tubular containers sealed under vacuum in wooden boxes. Four Hundred (400) elements per wooden box.
Ten (10) Non Delay Elements sealed in tubular containers sealed under vacuum in wooden boxes. Four Hundred (400) elements per wooden box. Other packing options are available upon customer request.

 

 
SPECIFICATIONS  
Thread: 2 in (50.8 mm)
Length total: 235 mm
Mass total: 980 g
Booster: M35, Dextrinated Lead Azide 266 mg and Tetryl 200 mg
Temperature Range: -40o C to 70o C
Arming Time: 6 to 18 s, in intervals: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,18 s
Primer: Instantaneous or Delay Elements: 0.010, 0.025, 0.050, 0.100, 0.250 s
Inspection: 2 Inspection Peep Holes
Captive Flight: 600 KTAS air speed max, 60000 ft altitude max
Release: 200 - 600 KTAS air speed, 500 - 50000 ft altitude
 

M905 Tail fuze


 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The fuze has a selective arming time delay of 4 to 20 s, marked in 2 s intervals from 4 to 8 s and in 4 s intervals from 8 to 20 seconds. The striker is activated by inertia instead of impact.

Arming is effected by the vane arming assembly M772 through the rotation action of the flexible drive connected to the coupler drive assembly which reduces the high revolutions of the arming drive to a constant speed output of approximately 1800 revolutions per minute. The coupler drive assembly accepts the torque from the flexible drive shaft and transmits it to the attached tail fuze.
The fuze is made up of two main assemblies, the input drive housing assembly and the fuze body assembly.

This fuze may be used for impact and impact-delay application in conjuction with nose fuze M904 and forms the tail component of the fuzing system for unguided and guided bombs.

SAFETY FEATURES
A safety pin prevents the vanes of the arming drive assembly from rotating. An instruction label attached to a red tag and safety pin states that after the arming wire has been inserted in the drive assembly the safety pin is to be removed, and replaced if the bomb is not dropped. The safety features of the fuze are the same as for the nose fuze M904 except that a white stripe appears in the large inspection windows at all arming delay settings.

 

 

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

 

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