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Safe Introduction of Electronic Detonators
The Ensign-Bickford Company
Planning for their Safe Use
Institute of Makers of Explosives (I.M.E.)
I.M.E. & Electronic Detonators
Fundamental Construction Differences
Shock Tube Electric
Basic Application Concepts
(Fixed) Delay Periods
(Variable) Delay Periods
Fixed In - Hole Delay
Shock Tube Initiated
Challenges / Opportunities
Mining / Blasting Opportunity
Safety Library Publication 4
WARNINGS and INSTRUCTIONS
“ALWAYS and NEVERS”
Plan for their Safe Use !
Summary / Comments / Q&A
I.M.E. Electronic Detonator Sub-Committee
Mike Barber - Orica USA
Ron Stewart - Orica Canada
E.K. Skip Hurley - Dyno Nobel
John Capers - Austin Powder Company
Bob McClure - Daveyfire Inc.
Rajeev Singhal - Senex Explosives, Inc.
Mick Lownds - Viking Explosives
Carl Lubbe - St. Lawrence Explosives
Dave Leidel - Halliburton Inc.
Lon Santis - I.M.E.
John Watson - The Ensign-Bickford Company