emulsion

An emulsion is a physical mixture of two immiscible liquids (often water and oil) formed by shearing discrete droplets of one liquid phase into a continuous phase of the other liquid. A surfactant called an “emulsifier” is used to maintain the stability of the mixture. Emulsion explosives typically comprise an ammonium nitrate solution in a continuous oil phase. We offer detonator and detonating cord sensitive, all-purpose, water resistant, packaged emulsion explosive cartridges that detonate at a velocity of approximately 15,400 fps.

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