Then the tube is connected to DynoLine by means of an approx. 4 cm long outer tube that is cut from the transparent tube delivered with the DynoLine bobbin. The NONEL tube is pushed at least 1 cm into the outer tube. Then the DynoLine is extended to the chosen firing point.
When the round is ready to be blasted, connect the DynoLine to the blasting machine, DynoStart, by inserting the tube into the chuck as far as possible.
DynoLine is affected by humidity and the end of DynoLine must be sealed after each use. During connection under damp conditions care should be taken to avoid moisture entering the tube.
The DynoStart blasting machine is CE certified in accordance with the EMC directive.
Published on Oct 26, 2008