blasting fuse

blasting fuse

[′blas·tiŋ ‚fyüz]
(engineering)
A core of gunpowder in the center of jute, yarn, and so on for igniting an explosive charge in a shothole.
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In the work expected to take several days, the GSDF plans to remove a blasting fuse from the bomb.
Wind 50 feet of blasting fuse around a faux dynamite stick faster than anyone else, and $10 is yours.
The investigation established that the improvised explosive device included blasting fuse (a mobile phone connected to the detonator) filled with ammonium nitrate, aluminum powder, gas container and more than 30 kilos of fragmented reinforcement bards to intensify the destruction effect.
Normal blasting fuse, detonating cord, and nonelectric delay detonator gave good results in the blasting operation.
Blasting fuse should meet the requirements specified in the standard defensive NO-13-A222: 2013 - Engineer ammunition - special gunpowder fuse - Basic parameters and test methods.