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SPDS ELECTRIC DETONATORS
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Spds Electric Detonators have a detonation Cord AND Cord Relays 3 and 4. SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with the normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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ORICA EXEL NITRO 6M

Spds Electric Detonators have a detonation Cord AND Cord Relays 3 and 4. SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with the normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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ORICA EXEL NITRO 3M

Spds Electric Detonators have a detonation Cord AND Cord Relays 3 and 4. SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with the normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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EXEL HANDIDET ORICA
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EXEL HANDIDET ORICA is non-electric surface and in-hole detonator assemblies are easy to use components in non-electric sequential blasting applications. Used in pipeline and utility trenching, quarries, open pits and construction projects, EXEL HANDIDET assemblies are easy to connect, easy to verify and provide accurate surface and in-hole timing.
EXEL HANDIDET assemblies are wound in figure 8 coils and supplied in antistatic PE bags in flexible sleeve durable packages.
Properties: EXEL HANDIDET surface delay and in-hole detonator assemblies consist of non-electric detonator and high strength shock tube. It is quick and simple to connect, easy to verify, easy to handle figure 8 coils and provide accurate surface and in-hole timing.
Benefits: EXEL HANDIDET assemblies reduce the number of components on site, reduce inventory, allow pre-blast changes to pattern design, provide excellent and flexible blast control, allow easy connection even with gloves, faciliate rapid hook up verification and do not tangle (no waste).
Handling and Initiation: For not to have a premature detonation, damages to shock tube should be avoided and it should never be pulled so hard as to strectch or break shock tubing.EXEL HANDIDET assemblies are unidirectional and can be initiated by another Orica surface delay system and electric detonator or electronic detonator. Note: Avoid damage to the shock tube during loading and stemming operations. Never pull so hard as to stretch or break shock tubing, this may result misfires.
Storage: EXEL HANDIDET assemblies have a storage life up to 24months in approved magazines.
Storage and handling product classification:Detonator Assemblies, Non-Electric, Class Code 1.1B, U.N. No. 0360 PGII

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SPD CORD AND DETONATOR NO. 9
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SPD CORD AND DETONATOR NO. 8
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SPD CORD AND DETONATOR NO. 7
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SPD CORD AND DETONATOR NO. 6
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SPD CORD AND DETONATOR NO. 5
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SHORT PERIOD DELAY DETONATORS NO. 2
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SHORT PERIOD DELAY DETONATORS NO. 11
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Spds Electric Detonators have a detonation Cord AND Cord Relays 3 and 4. SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with the normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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SHORT PERIOD DELAY DETONATORS NO. 10
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SPD’s have delay numbers ranging from 0 – 20; with normal time interval of 25 milliseconds between successive delay numbers.
The Detonators are bound in bundles of 25 each. Such bundles (25 nos) are packed in wrapper (parcel) forty of these containing totally 1000 detonators of 3 metres wire) are packed in a fibre board case.
Fine heads are fitted to the shells.
Directions of Usage: Provided by our field team members.
Safety Instructions and procedures: The Fuse head is maintained by a fully automated process and strict quality control.

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INSTANTANEOUS ELECTRIC DETONATORS
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Being Fast action detonators are capable of with standing high hydrostatic pressure, meets the critical needs for prospecting and therefore is specially developed for seismic exploration on land and offshore.
Quantity per case varies depending upon the length of leadwire. Detonators are packed in wooden case.
Instantaneous Electric Detonators consist of an Aluminium Tube and to the other are attached Lead wires. The detonators have a specially developed fuse end designed to go off within one millisecond of the current application.
Color of lead wire: orange or green.
Being Fast action detonators are capable of with standing high hydrostatic pressure, meets the critical needs for prospecting and therefore is specially developed for seismic exploration on land and offshore.The fuse head is protected by a special antistatic sleeve. Stray current protection – No fire when a current of 250 milliams is applied for 300 seconds.
DIRECTIONS OF USAGE: Provided by our field team members.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURES: The fuse head is protected by a special antistatic sleeve. Stray current protection – No fire when a current of 250 milliams is applied for 300 seconds.

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DETONATING CORD
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It is a flexible fuse/cord containing uniform core-load of PETN. PETN is encased in various protective coverings, followed by an outer PVC coating. The PVC coating makes the fuse water resistant and withstands all external abuses. Detonating fuse/cord is wound on reels and packed in laminated corrugated fibre board case.
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Directions of Usage:Detonating fuse/cord is relatively insensitive to detonation by friction, shock, or electric discharge and requires a proper intiation for detonation
Safety Instructions and procedures:The high explosives core is protected to withstand physical abuses and exposure to extreme temparatures.

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AMMONIUM NITRATE
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It is primarily used as a fertilizer, but also used as a Blasting agent when mixed with fuel oil (ANFO) AMMONIUM NITRATE is classified as an oxidizing agent Class 5.1. (UN no.1942 for explosive grade and UN no.2067 for Fertiliser grade). Being an oxidiser, Ammonium Nitrate will support the burning of organic matter.
  • AMMONIUM NITRATE PRILL: packed in a 25kg bag in a Container, a 30kg bag in Cargo truck or a 500kg bag in Cargo truck
  • GENERAL SPEC: packed in a 25kg P.E bag in a Container or a 30kg P.E bag in a Cargo truck
  • AMMONIUM NITRATE LIQUID: packed in bulk in a Tank lorry
  • Formulation: NH4NO(Ammonium Nitrate)
  • Safety Instructions and procedures: The risk associated with the production, distribution and use of Pure Ammonium Nitrate (AN) is low.