Conical Fin Assemblies

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MK-84

BSU-33

MK-84 Conical Fins are general purpose fin assemblies for 2,000 lb. general purpose bombs.  They can also be used with BLU-117 bombs.  Delfasco specializes in the stamping, machining and finishing of these fin assemblies. The MK-84 Fin is approximately 49.09 inches long, a fin span of 25.31 inches and weighs approximately 114 pounds. The MK-84 and subassemblies are fabricated from steel, cut, formed, machined assembled and welded to drawing requirements.

BSU-33 Fins are general purpose fin assemblies for 500 lb. general purpose bombs. They are the smaller "cousin" of the MK-84 conical fin. Delfasco specializes in the stamping, machining and finishing of these fin assemblies. The BSU-33 and subassemblies are fabricated from steel, cut, formed, machined, assembled and welded to Military Specifications and drawing requirements.

Product Features

Product Features

  • Used where un-guided bombs are not needed such as carpet type bombing.

  • Maintains form, fit and function with current MK-84 fuses, guidance packages and tail kits.

  • Optimum stabilization of 2,000 lb. payloads.

  • Designed to maximize stability while minimizing costly drag.

  • Used where un-guided bombs are not needed such as carpet type bombing.

  • Maintains form, fit and function with current BSU-33 fuses, guidance packages and tail kits.

  • Optimum stabilization of 500 lb. payloads.

  • Designed to maximize stability while minimizing costly drag.

Product Benefits

  • Interchangeable with varying 2000 lb. payloads for exceptional flexibility.

  • Powder coating provides increased durability.

Product Benefits

  • Interchangeable with varying 500 lb. payloads for exceptional flexibility.

  • Powder coating provides increased durability.

SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Delfasco is the only supplier fully tooled to produce the MK-84 and BSU-33 conical fins and was instrumental in getting powder coating for this fin approved by the US Navy.