detonating fuse


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detonating fuse

[′det‚ən‚ād·iŋ ′fyüz]
(engineering)
A device consisting of a core of high explosive within a waterproof textile covering and set off by an electrical blasting cap fired from a distance by means of a fuse line; used in large, deep boreholes.
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The Indian industrial explosives industry encompassed the activities related to the manufacturing and selling of industrial explosives in gun powder, bulk, cartridge and ANFO based explosives segments of the nitrate mixture, nitro compound including PETN and boosters and explosive accessories such as detonators, detonating fuse and safety fuse.
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Products manufactured at the facility included explosive powder containing mercury and lead, detonating fuses, electric blasting caps, metal wires and aluminum and copper shells.
This effect may not have been achieved had we fired just high explosive ammunition with all point detonating fuses.