Cardox

Cardox

 

a means of flameless explosion based on the instan-taneous conversion of the liquid carbon dioxide in a steel car-tridge to a gas by the heat emitted upon igniting a combustiblecompound contained in its heating element.

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above other miners who were setting off a Cardox charge to free a blockage in the vessel.
[20] studied the application of C[O.sub.2] gas fracturing in low-permeability gassy coal seams using the CARDOX system, which could cause the LC[O.sub.2] to form a high-pressure gas, and the results indicated that the permeability and methane drainage effectiveness were significantly improved.
Third placed is the Cardox technology which offers advantages that include no requirements for special handling, storing, transportation or operational permits.
Drifting is with air-powered jack-leg drills and Cardox tubes are used for fragmentation rather than explosives.
Recarbonators are furnished by Cardox Corp.; Infilco Degremont, Inc.
The liquefied product is available in bulk from many firms, including Cardox Corp.
Pickering, "Tests on cardox for the reinstatement of approval for use in coal mines," in Proceedings of Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, pp.
"Historically, many cement manufacturers have been forced to resort to manual cleaning by Cardox blasting," said Brad Pronschinske, Martin Engineering global product manager.
This company manufactures and sells the bin whip/drills (the only all hydraulic unit) for silo cleaning, AirForce air cannons, and Cardox blasting systems for clearing of blockages.