Tag: Dyno Nobel

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Easily corrected blasting deficiencies

June 11, 2019By

Equipment manufactures offer simple measures aggregate producers can deploy to enhance their operation.

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Dyno Nobel DigiShot Plus 4G

March 27, 2019By

This system allows users to speed up blast layouts, prevent blast delays, reduce user errors, and improve blast outcomes.

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Lecturers from a wide range of industry professions presented before a Quarry Academy class consisting of more than 100 attendees. Photo courtesy of Dyno Nobel

How Quarry Academy prepares tomorrow’s leaders

February 25, 2019By

The annual event Sandvik and Dyno Nobel host remains a popular draw for aggregate producers to expand the technical knowledge of their up-and-coming employees.

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Mining Academy registration now open

February 22, 2019By

Dyno Nobel and Sandvik are now registering producers for this second event.

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Sandvik, Dyno Nobel host Quarry Academy

November 19, 2018By

Quarry Academy, the annual seminar co-hosted by Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology and Dyno Nobel, wrapped up its 14th installment in San Antonio.

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Blasting precautions you must take

October 24, 2018By

Dyno Nobel’s Joe Nawrocki shares how to prevent premature detonation and flyrock at your operation.

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According to EJ Burke, the most noticeable difference in blasting today versus 50 years ago is there are better products and technology available. Photo by Kevin Yanik

P&Q Profile: Dyno Nobel’s EJ Burke

September 10, 2018By

P&Q caught up with Dyno Nobel’s EJ Burke to capture his perspective on the aggregate industry’s evolution and how blasting has changed over the years.

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Dyno Nobel launches initiation system

July 24, 2018By

One feature of the DigiShot Plus 4G is an automatic check to ensure the correct number of detonators per channel.

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