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Legal Notice 2016-05-02T09:59:30+00:00

Any information provided by Shenzhen King Explorer Science and Technology Corporation (King Explorer or “KE”), including information on this web site, and any technical services provided by KE, or its owners, directors, members, associates or employees, is given with the best intent, however it is given without any implied warranty or guarantee. The users of any information provided by KE are advised that that the manufacturing of explosive materials is an ultra hazardous activity. KE disclaims all warranties and conditions, whether explicit or implied, including, without limitation, any warranty or condition as to merchantability or fitness for use or under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods with respect to any information provided, or any Technical Services or any good or product. All information, technical consulting services or equipment are made available on an as-is where-is a basis. KE disclaims any responsibility with respect to regulatory compliance or governmental approvals involving the design, manufacturing, packaging, shipping, use (including blasting or explosives performance) or disposal of any explosives materials.

Emulsion explosives normally do not detonate during burning but there is no guarantee that an unplanned detonation will not occur. This is particularly true if the material is contaminated with foreign materials such as rust, detonators, dynamites or aluminum powders. Care must be taken when pumping emulsions so that the pump does not run dry or against a closed system (dead-head). In either case, friction can raise the temperature of the emulsion in the pump beyond the decomposition point of ammonium nitrate or other ingredients. If this happens, a detonation can occur. Remember, it can be just as hazardous to pump unsensitized emulsion oxidizers as it is to pump sensitized ones. Although tests have demonstrated that emulsions offer a great degree of safety, they will detonate if subjected to severe conditions. They are explosives, and regardless of their degree of safety, should never be abused.