See the Difference Dyno Nobel’s DIFFERENTIAL ENERGY Can Make

A proprietary method for controlling the explosive energy profile in a borehole.

Dyno Nobel Differential Energy
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Improved Safety

  • Product is not sensitized until it is delivered to the blast hole
  • Reduces potential for flyrock by placing low density gassed emulsion near the collar and/or areas of low burden
  • Improves highwall stability, a result of accurate control of energy at the crest
  • Thickened emulsion resists flowing into cracks and voids
  • Emulsion densities can be tailored to the hardness of the rock

Proven Success
Our ΔE technology is unmatched in the industry. See how our customers have reduced powder factors, improved fragmentation, and eliminated NOx all while decreasing costs here: Click Here

Dyno Nobel Differential EnergyIncreased Productivity

  • Matches energy with geologic requirements to break hard rock seams without damaging coal
  • Performance isn’t compromised by wet conditions or long sleep times compared to ANFO and HANFO
  • Optimizes blast fragmentation for increased productivity, reducing downstream processing costs
  • Improves blast hole loading accuracy and maximizes blast energy efficiency
  • Optimizes blast fragmentation reducing fines and oversize; blast energy is better distributed
  • Reduces wear on loading, hauling, and crushing equipment; fragmentation is more consistent

Dyno Nobel Differential Energy
Safer Environment

  • Minimizes post-blast NOx generation with high performance water resistant emulsion
  • Reduces groundwater contamination because thickened emulsion detonates completely

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    Dyno Nobel is a global leader in the commercial explosives industry with over 3,770 employees, including some of the most highly trained blasters and technical experts in the industry. They manufacture over 54 million pounds of packaged explosives and over 1.2 million tons of ammonium nitrate with 32 manufacturing facilities on three continents (including state-of-the-art initiation systems facilities in the United States, Australia and Mexico). Their Engineering and Technology team support domestic and export product sales as well as the use of their cutting-edge technologies around the world.

    Dyno Nobel has customers in the mining, quarry, construction, pipeline and geophysical exploration industries. The company operates in Australia, Canada, the United States, Africa, Indonesia, Mexico, South America, Papua New Guinea and Turkey. Dyno Nobel manufactures a full line of commercial explosives, including ammonium nitrate, bulk explosives, packaged emulsions, dynamite, detonators (electric, nonelectric and electronic), cast boosters, and detonating cord, as well as surface and underground loading systems and Portable Modular Emulsion Plants. They also offer services, including blast design, shot loading, shot service, vibration control, airblast, flyrock and NOx reduction, through DynoConsult, a specialist consulting division of Dyno Nobel.