Electric (M6) detonators are a zero (0) delay, instant detonator with an aluminum housing. Lead wires are a standard 16 feet in length and insulated with a superior polyolefin material, which offers excellent resistance to cuts, abrasions, oil, low temperature and high humidity, as well as other harsh environments in various rugged applications.
Shock tube non-electric detonators consist of a length of shock tube, with a standard #8 detonator attached to one end and the other end is sealed. Zero delay (instant).
Non-electric (M7) fuse type detonators consist of an aluminum allow cup containing an ignition charge, an intermediate charge and base charge. When initiated by time fuse, primer or detonating cord, the ignition charge detonates the intermediate charge, which then detonates the base charge that initiates the primary explosive charge.
ELECTRIC MATCH (SQUIB)
Electric Matches (E-Matches or Squibs) are miniature explosive device used in a wide range of industries, from special effects to military applications. These consist of two electrical leads which are separated by a plug of insulating material, a small bridge wire or electrical resistance heater, and a bead of heat-sensitive chemical composition in which the bridge wire is embedded.