smoke candle

smoke candle

[′smōk ‚kand·əl]
(ordnance)
Munition which produces smoke by vaporizing an oil.
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8) Since volume of the space (length * width * height) can be easily obtained, the rate for each smoke candle may be applied to determine the number of candles for any given space.
It is like no other Land Rover, being stripped down with massive roll-over bars, no doors, smoke candle dischargers, the ability to be heavily armed and carrying massive amounts of extra fuel and metal tracks to get out of trouble, it really does look a real scrapper of a vehicle.
Police also suspect they threw smoke candles on to the ship, the Kaiko Maru.
09%, to 850 yen while leading producer of flare bombs and smoke candles Hosoya Pyrotechnics, also traded on the Jasdaq market, plunged 35 yen, or 9.
The box also contained seven other flares and four smoke candles.
Before we leave this topic, we thought it best to mention yet another commonly used air-movement tracking system: smoke candles or smoke-generating matches.
Delivered from smoke candles, the material was forced by an air blower into each mainline section at a minimum rate of 1500 cfm.