explosible

explosible

(ɪkˈspləʊzəbəl)
adj
capable of exploding or being exploded
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Tunisian's news agency Agence Tunis Afrique Press (TAP) reported that 'Units of the National Guard and the Army in Kasserine seized four Kalashnikov rifles and dismantled three explosible belts at the end of the OM Dhfa's (Haidra) proactive security operation on Monday.'
Helix dispensers are designed and produced in line with the safety standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission and conform to the more comprehensive Atmosphere Explosible (ATEX) directive.
Helix dispensers are designed and manufactured in line with the safety standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission and conform to the more comprehensive Atmosphere Explosible (ATEX) directive.
Combustible Dust Classifications Dust Explosion Kst Characteristic Class St 0 0 Not explosible St 1 <200 Weak to Moderately Explosible St 3 200-300 Strongly Explosible St 4 >300 Very Strongly Explosible
"Dust must be explosible (flammable, combustible), it must be airborne and concentration must be within the explosible range,' he said.
The new NFPA 652 requires the owner/operator of a facility with potentially combustible dusts to determine whether the materials that they are handling/processing are combustible or explosible and, if so, to characterize their ignition sensitivity and explosion severity properties, as required to support the dust hazard assessment (DHA).
This can be done via Dust Explosion Testing, which may include a Particle Size and Moisture Analysis, Explosion Severity Test, which tests the Kst value and Minimum Explosible Concentration (MEC).
Of course, it depends on the type of dust, the minimum explosible concentration, the height of the room, etc.
These problems became apparent when tests of cotton gin dust (CGD) using the Center for Agricultural Air Quality Engineering and Science (CAAQES) protocol found that CGD was not an explosible dust.
* Hazard Recognition/Assessment includes determining if dust is combustible via Dust Explosion Testing, which may include Particle Size and Moisture Analysis, Explosion Severity Test which will tests the Kst value, and Minimum Explosible Concentration (MEC)--all as mentioned earlier.
In this way, an ignition of explosible mixture will occur and there will be an explosion and fire.
While industries handling common explosible dusts--such as flour, custard powder, sugar, instant coffee and dried milk--were already aware of the impending deadline, those working with other materials-including malt and grain--also became subject to the changes and were forced to take immediate action to modify their facilities in time.
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