delay blasting cap

delay blasting cap

[di′lā ′blast·iŋ ‚kap]
(engineering)
A blasting cap which explodes at a definite time interval after the firing current has been passed by the exploder. Also known as delay-action detonator.
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A brief history of initiating systems development (not exclusively Orica's) Decade Key Developments 1740s Electric Ignition of Gunpowder [*] 1830s Safety Fuse [**] 1860s Fuse Blasting Detonator [**] 1870s Electric Blasting Dynamo [**] 1870s Electric Blasting Machine [*] 1880s Electric Blasting Cap [*] 1900s Lead Sheathed Detonating Cord [*] 1900s Regular Delay Blasting Cap [*] 1930s Textile Sheathed Detonating Cord [***] 1940s Millisecond Delay Blasting Cap [*] 1970s Signal Tube Detonator [***] 970s 1st Generation Electronic Detonator [***] 1980s Indirectly Coupled, Induced Current Detonator [***] 1990s 2nd Generation Electronic Detonator [***] 2000 i-kon Source: (*.