Advanced Blasting Technology Inc Surefire Shock Tubing Exploder
Surefire: A Reliable Way of Initiating Shock Tubing
 

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Existing methods of initiation rely upon explosive primer systems which are often unreliable and inconvenient to use. The Surefire Exploder generates a discharge right inside the shock tube, initiating with great reliability.

When in use, the open end of the shock tube lead-in line is inserted into the initiation tip of the unit with the central electrode inserted into the shock tube.

TO FIRE:

Firmly depress the HOLD "FIRE" button (black button)

"READY TO FIRE" Red LED indicator will illuminate.

Release "FIRE" button when ready to initiate.

Note: ONLY attach Shocktube to Surefire when ready or safe to fire.

Includes: Case with integral belt clip, light weight.
Tough polymer case
Super quick charge time to fire

Both 3mm and 4mm tips available.



Advantages:
• High Reliability
• Low Consumables - No Primers - thousands of shots on one small, 9 volt alkaline battery
• No Clouds of Lead and No Ejection of High Velocity Particles
• Comfortable Pocket Size and Very Light Weight
• Comes Complete with Case
• Conforms to Military Specifications
• Quick charge time to fire voltage
• Extremely Durable

* Output: .4 Joules @ 2200 volts requires 9 volt battery

Includes:
Case with integral belt clip, light weight
Tough polymer case
Super quick charge time to fire

Certificate of Compliance
Product: Surefire Shocktube Initiator
Certificate Holder: Advanced Blasting Technology, Inc.
PO Box 598
Watertown, New York USA 13601

CE Compliance: Central European Harmonised Standards to which this device has been tested and shown to meet or exceed the minimum requirements.

The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) and amended Directive (92/31/EEC), IEC 61000-2, -3, -4: 2006 and relevant subsections.

The Restriction of the use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2005 (S.I. 2005 No 2748).

EC Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).

The Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC), BS EN 60335-1-2:201 1 and relevant subsections.

The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1944 (S.I. 1994/3260).

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ABTI Surefire