The fragmentation missile, commonly known as the frag missile, was a type of missile intended for use against massive formations of weakly armed soldiers.
A warhead, which is a colloquial word for the section of a munition holding the payload, is the main purpose of a high explosive munition.
All warheads have a fuse, an explosive load, and a warhead container as a bare minimum. The type of warhead has a considerable impact on the destructive consequences, as the design may heighten, for instance, the blast or fragmentation effects of a munition.
The Global High-explosive fragmentation missile market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
First in the world, the designers and technologists at ARSENAL JSCo developed a brand-new high-explosive fragmentation grenade employing a steel body that has already been pre-fragmented.
This invention significantly increases the destructive power and effectiveness of the Round upon impact by a factor of several.
The round has a large destructive capacity and is used with the Russian SPG-9 and 73 mm ARSENAL Antitank Grenade Launchers of the ATGL-H family. High-explosive Grenade GHEF-9MA and Propellant Charge CP-92 make up the RHEF-9MA Round.
The grenade GHEF-9MA1 has a warhead and is made out of a steel body that has already been broken up and a bursting charge of a potent explosive mixture with high-explosive action.
With a point-detonating fuze AF71 that explodes extremely quickly and has an independent grazing (anti-ricochet) function, the round is finished. Take the CP-92 out of the plastic bag before shooting, then screw it onto the grenade.
When a cartridge is shot, the CP-92 is triggered, the pressure of its gaseous powder generates the Grenade’s necessary initial velocity, and the Stabiliser assures a steady flight to the target.
The bursting charge of the grenade GHEF-9MA is ignited by the point-detonating fuze AF71 when it collides with the target.Over 1000 fragments with a weight range of 1.0 to 2.0 g fly away as the grenade detonates, taking out the intended target.
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