BlastWeb™ Underground Electronic Networking System
BlastWeb™ is an electronic networking system designed to reduce costs by decreasing time spent on production and development blasting in underground mining operations.
DIFFERENTIAL ENERGY™ is a proprietary method for controlling the explosive energy profile in the borehole; improving safety, enhancing control and optimizing blast performance.
DigiShot® Electronic Initiation System
The DIGISHOT electronic initiation system is an innovative advance in technology, enabling users to achieve the accurate timing benefits of electronic initiation systems with robust all-weather surface connectors.
DigiShot® Plus Electronic Initiation System
DIGISHOT PLUS is Dyno Nobel’s most recent addition to its electronic initiation system product portfolio incorporating the accurate timing benefits, quick deployment, robust downline wire and all-weather surface connectors of DigiShot with the additional capability of firing larger blasts (up to 1800 detonators), firing remotely and using integrated PC-based blast design software.
DriftShot™ Electronic Initiation System
DriftShot™ provides the underground blaster with the advantages of electronic initiation while retaining the easy tie-in characteristics of NONEL.
Dyno Nobel offers a wide range of unique surface explosive delivery trucks designed to increase safety and productivity.
Dyno Nobel can improve your drill and blast efficiency by combining our proven bulk explosives formulations with our reliable and adaptable DynoMiner Uphole, DynoMiner Advance or DynoMiner Shaft loading equipment. DynoMiner quickly loads large volumes of TITAN 7000 bulk explosives, at any angle, in a variety of underground mining, quarry and construction applications.
EZshot LP combines the precision of electronic timing with the ease of the NONEL® shock tube.
GeoShot® Electronic Initiation System
Provides highly accurate timing, quick deployment and a robust downline wire. Using only unique GEOSHOT equipment to communicate with and initiate GEOSHOT detonators, they utilize electronic circuitry containing a system-specific, coded, encrypted signal which provides users with an additional level of security.