The NONEL LP detonator has the highest explosive output available in commercial detonators and provides increased water hammer resistance in blasting applications where saturated ground conditions exist.
Explosives Class 1.1B - U.N. No: 0360
Detonator - No. 12 Strength
NONEL tube colour - Yellow
NONEL tube diameter (mm) - 3.0
NONEL tube VOD (m/sec) - 2100 ±300
The NONEL LP detonator is a long period, high strength delay detonator series featuring 19 delays ranging from 25 to 8000 milliseconds.
The LP series provides an excellent in-hole initiating system appropriate for underground mining and construction applications.
Used in conjunction with 5.0 g/m detonating cord, effective and accurate in-hole long period timing sequences are available. Colour-coded and stamped cord clips allow for easy identification.
The NONEL detonator design provides a high level of safety against accidental initiation and improves handling characteristics.
The NONEL detonator design reduces cap scatter allowing the effective use of delay intervals.
The NONEL LP detonator provides increased water hammer resistance in blasting applications where saturated ground conditions exist.
Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific | Explosives and detonators
Welcome to Dyno Nobel, a global leader in the commercial explosives industry with over 3,500 employees including some of the most highly trained blasters in the industry. With over a million tons of ammonium nitrate capacity and 36 manufacturing facilities in the United States, Australia, Canada and Mexico, we support domestic and export product sales as well as the application of our cutting edge technologies around the world.
We increase customer profits through performance and we deliver - by providing Groundbreaking Performance through Practical Innovation - both above and underground - and through the Value-In-Use solutions provided by our consulting division, DynoConsult.
We know our industry. And we're driving new ways of thinking. Our founder, Alfred Nobel, changed the world with his invention of dynamite and the detonator in the mid-1800's, and changed it again when he founded the world famous Nobel Prizes.
In fact, Dyno Nobel traces its roots back to William Bickford's invention of Safety Fuse in 1831 and Alfred Nobel's legacy of safety and innovation.
Our safety standards are among the highest in the industry. We rigorously apply internationally recognized safety standards at all our locations and in everything we do from storage and transport to handling and use.