TM 5-811-3/AFM 88-9, Chap. 3
Dust of solid propel-
b. Hazardous materials including the following:
Dust-air mixtures of
(2) Exposed electro-explosive devices such as:
tetryl, and tetrytel.
squibs, detonators, etc.
(3) Electrically initiated items with exposed elec-
tric circuits such as rockets.
(4) Hazardous materials that could be easily ig-
nited or detonated by a static spark such as--
Information in connection with specific hazardous
materials as listed above and units of hazardous
equipment will be obtained from the using service for
lead styphnate mix- Diazodinitrophanal.
each project. Hazards of dust-air or flammable vapor-
air mixtures can be reduced substantially by provid-
Grade B magnesium
ing for adequate housekeeping, dust collection, venti-
lation, or solvent recovery methods.
Black powder dust in