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No Image AvailableExplosives Blasting Services - (24 companies)...be powerful enough. Finally, high pressure gas from the explosives blasting penetrates the stress cracks from stage two and widens them. In addition to blasting, explosives blasting services typically include crucial planning and design services also... Learn More
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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)
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)
277V Fuse for Explosive Environments explosion from faulty circuits, such as in the oil, gas, mining, chemical, pharmaceutical, and food/beverage processing industries. . Features. Sealed, encapsulated design. Well suited for 277V applications. Current rating options from 50mA to 750mA. Designed for operation in a range of hazardous environments. High Interrupting Rating. Meets the 1500A minimum . Benefits. The fuse encapsulation prevents heat and sparks from being exposed to hazardous dusts... (read more)
Safely Dilute/Mix Explosive Gases as preventing any air leaks into the enclosure from outside. A safety vent was added to vent the enclosure to atmosphere if the pressure inside the enclosure reaches 20 ” H20. This could happen if for some reason the purge vent becomes blocked or the pressure on the purge rotameter is too high. The two enclosures are connected electrically via two control cables labeled MFCs and VALVES. An earth ground wire is connected from the electronics chassis to the aluminum mounting plate inside... (read more)
EXEL North America, Inc.
Non-Explosive AD 60/61 Heaters Original design ensuring optimum heat transfer with no risk of burning the paint in the heater. . Features. A thermometer is integrated into the command box. Modular design. Benefits. No pressure loss when working with high viscosity materials. Easy maintenance (read more)
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)
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)
Savage Engineering, Inc.
Explosive Powder Compaction Presses 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)
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)
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)
...explode if collected in dry form, VAC-U-MAX offers a Submerged Recovery Vacuum Cleaner designed specifically to pick up explosive powders safely. The explosive or hazardous material is submerged under fluid to render it inert. The VAC-U-MAX design includes not only a high liquid level safety shut-off...
...is available and designed specifically to pick up explosive powders safely. The explosive or hazardous material is submerged under fluid to render it inert. The unique design includes not only a high liquid level safety shut-off, but also a low liquid safety shutoff to prevent vacuum operation...
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