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Explosives and Energetic Materials - (42 companies)Explosives and energetic materials store and rapidly release large amounts of energy for demolition, munitions, missile propulsion, and explosive-forming applications. Examples include gunpowder, flash powder, flashless powder, thermite, rocket... Learn More
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Interlocks and Tag Out Devices - (83 companies)...out devices. Interlocks and tag out devices can identify the physical state of a required condition, and supply the requirements to a primary safety control circuit. When a safety device is disabled, an interlock is the control circuit that turns off... Learn More
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Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensors for Explosive Environments Explosive Environment, Passive Speed Sensors (four Standard products which can be customized) from Smith Systems, Inc. Designs include standard metric and U.S. threads, stainless steel housings and Teflon insulated leads. Certified to ATEX Directive (94/9/EC). Equipment Conformity : Group 2, Category 2 (Zone 1). Let us know you application requirements. These Passive Speed Sensor were designed to work in Explosive Enviroments from Smith Systems, such as: Gas Turbines. Pipeline Pumping Stations... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Explosive Bonding Benefits of Explosive Bonding. Design engineers are often faced with the dilemma of material selection. Frequently, material that would work the best for one specific element of the design is lacking in properties required by other elements of the design. For example, a material may exhibit good corrosive resistance, electrical conductivity, or thermal conductivity, yet be lacking in the strength, hardness, weldability, or wear resistance required by the final design. Explosive bonding... (read more)Browse Sheet Metal Fabrication Services Datasheets for SOURIAU PA&E
Explosive Hydroforming Explosive hydro-forming is a metal forming technique that uses the energy generated by an explosive detonation to form the metal work piece. This process can deliver a great deal of flexibility in the metal-forming process. Since explosive forming transmits the explosively-generated energy through water, it can simulate a variety of other conventional metal forming techniques. With flat-plate designs, explosive hydro-forming is very comparable to stamp- or press-forming. Where cylindrical work... (read more)Browse Hydroforming Services Datasheets for SOURIAU PA&E
Savage Engineering, Inc.
Explosive Powder Compaction Press 50 to 1000 ton capacities. Wonderware software for DAQ and GUI. Programmable speeds and pressures. Vacuum systems. Tool heating systems. Hazardous rated electrical. Explosive Powder Billets / Compacts. Compact Powder into Warheads. Pyrotechnics. Flares. Munitions. Countermeasures. Made in USA (read more)Browse Powder Compacting Equipment Datasheets for Savage Engineering, Inc.
Is your wood waste explosive? Is your wood dust combustible? We test different sizes of dust to show you what size particles will flame up in suspension and which will not. Scroll down to see the video that shows the effect of ignition on wood dust. Explosive dust or potentially explosive atmospheres occur in a wide variety of workplaces. Due to the fact that explosive from most organic materials, synthetic materials and metals can explode, attention needs to be given to prevent dust explosions.  ... (read more)Browse Dust Collectors Datasheets for Nederman
Calibrate safely in explosive environments! The Beamex® MC5-IS Intrinsically Safe Multifunction Calibrator is designed for use in potentially explosive environments such as offshore platforms, oil refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants where inflammable gases may be present. There is probably no other intrinsically safe calibrator that can outperform the MC5-IS in terms of functionality. The MC5-IS is a documenting, multifunction calibrator that has calibration capabilities for pressure, temperature, electrical and frequency... (read more)Browse Calibration Instruments Datasheets for Beamex, Inc.
Explosive Barrel Cladding Explosive cladding is a cold-welding process for similar or dissimilar metals and alloys that produces a strong metallurgical bond and small interface. TPL 's Explosive Barrel Cladding development program used recovered/recycled energetic materials to explosively clad Tantalum (Ta) and its alloys to the interior bore of gun barrels to extend their service tube life. In Government tests using the 25mm M242 Bushmaster and developmental M919 ammunition, TPL's clad barrels demonstrated a six to ten... (read more)
Explosive Cladding from TPL Explosive cladding is a cold-welding process for similar or dissimilar metals and alloys that produces a strong metallurgical bond and small interface. Benefits. • High strength bond between dissimilar metals, such as Al, Cu, Ti alloys and steel. • Solid state process, no melting. • No heat affected zone. • Thickness of clad layer: 0.25 – 4 mm (0.010" – 0.160"). • Does not wear off like a coating. • Can be machined after cladding. • Low resistance... (read more)Browse Nonferrous Metals and Alloys Datasheets for TPL, Inc.
277V Fuse for Explosive Environments Designed for higher voltage applications in electrical equipment used in hazardous locations. . The PICO ® 305 Series Intrinsically Safe Fuse from Littelfuse is the first 277V Fuse to be certified under the latest revision of the UL 913 Safety Standard for Intrinsically Safe Apparatus and Associated Apparatus. 305 Series Fuse offers a wide range of amperage ratings and all are encapsulated. It is designed for applications in hazardous environments where there is danger of gas or dust... (read more)Browse Fuses Datasheets for Littelfuse, Inc.
Safely Dilute/Mix Explosive Gases The electronics enclosure includes the power supply and PC boards for controlling the Mass Flow Controllers (MFC) and direct acting solenoid valves in the second enclosure. The electronics enclosure connects to a computer via a 9 pin serial port connector and cable. The 4040 software, on the computer, communicates with the microcomputer board inside the electronics enclosure. The second enclosure is sealed and houses the MFCs, valves and components to support the enclosure purge. A continuous... (read more)
Engineering Web Search: Explosive Detonating Device
Detonator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A detonator is a device used to trigger an explosive device. Inserting detonators into blocks of C-4 explosive
Shaped charge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A shaped charge is an explosive charge shaped to focus the effect of the explosive's energy.
detonating device, detonating devices- WordWeb dictionary...
Noun: detonating device A mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small Derived forms: detonating devices Type of: explosive device
March 2009 CLASSIFICATION DEFINITIONS 102 - 1 CLASS 102,...
an electrical 367, Communications, Electrical: Acous- igniting or detonating device to cause the com- tic Wave Systems and Devices, sub- position or
Class Definition for Class 116 - SIGNALS AND INDICATORS
but is generally a bell, horn, whistle, semaphore, light-shutter, explosive device, pointer, or flag.
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An explosive is any substance or article, including a device, that is designed to function by explosion (an extremely rapid release of gas and heat)
Unlocking device - Pyroalliance, pyrotechnic devices and...
Pyroalliance , turbojet igniter, explosive bolt, rod cutter, unlocking device, pyrotechnic device, separation nut, pyromechanism, gas generator,
Case for small explosive device invention
Case for small explosive device USPTO Application #: 20070131684 Title: Case for small explosive device
12/02/1994 - Process Safety Management Standard.
Explosive is defined in 1910.109(a)(3) as "any chemical compound, mixture, or device, the primary or common purpose of which is to function by
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