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  • Description: Gelatin
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    • DuPont Magazine [January 1914]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite;
    • Table of Contents: DuPont Gelatin Blasts Tunnels Under the Mississippi; Dynamite Extinguishes Mine Fire; The Blast Heard 'Round the World; Practical Explosives' Efficiency; DuPont Blasting Gelatin Not Low Freezing; Foresight and Hindsight; Lighting...
    • Building the pipeline

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • This scene shows part of the loading of large cartridges of DuPont 60% gelatin dynamite in the Susquehanna River near Marietta, Pennsylvania. The cartridges were five inches in diameter, 24 inches long and weighed 25 pounds each. The illustration...
    • Dynamite packing

    • Manufacturing Process of Dynamite including historic methods
    • Dynamite is shoveled into the hopper of a gelatin cartridge machine which packs the explosive into a heavy paper tube, closes the tube ends, and ejects the finished cartridge at the Repauno, New Jersey plant of the DuPont Company.
    • Precision dynamite

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • A typical instance of control over giant explosive forces was the damming of the Saguenay River in Canada for a hydroelectric project. The torrential rush of the current balked successive attempts to complete a cofferdam, the conventional method....
    • Precision dynamite

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • A typical instance of control over giant explosive forces was the damming of the Saguenay River in Canada for a hydroelectric project. The torrential rush of the current balked successive attempts to complete a cofferdam, the conventional method....
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1929]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Fire, arch enemy of wild life; Environment tempts the patron of the modern restaurant; Gelatin dynamites; Famous art designs are reproduced in the new Lucite sets; My bookhouse, my travelship; Road building in Virginia; Cobble...
    • Developing explosives

    • Explosives Research
    • Nitroglycerin is poured from a baker into a small gelatin dynamite mixer at the Eastern Laboratory at the Repauno, New Jersey plant of the DuPont Company where new explosives are constantly in the process o development.
    • Blasting for pipe line

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • A supervisor of the DuPont Company's Explosives Department prepares to set off charge of 16,000 pounds of DuPont 60% gelatin dynamite which helped blast a trench for the Big Inch oil pipe line in the solid rock bottom of the Susquehanna River near...
    • Pipe for pipeline

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • This scene shows pipe for the Big Inch oil line being unloaded beside the Susquehanna River at Marietta, Pennsylvania. About sixty thousand pounds of DuPont 60% gelatin dynamite were used to blast a trench 2,000 feet long and eight feet deep in the...
    • Building the pipeline

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • Workmen unload part of the 60,000 pounds of DuPont 60% gelatin dynamite which will be used to blast a trench 2000 feet long and eight feet deep for the Big Inch oil pipe line in the solid rock bottom of the Susquehanna River near Marietta,...
    • DuPont Magazine Summer 1932]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: The Ketridge shop and how it grew; Announcing Doe-Tex; Duco-waxing, a new, easy way to keep cars beautiful; Mountain sculpture; Cellophane as viewed by the consumer; The dollars and sense of smell; Independence Hall acquires new...
    • Blasting for pipe line

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • This view shows a shot of approximately 16,000 pounds of DuPont 60% gelatin dynamite in the Susquehanna River near Marietta, Pennsylvania. It was one of several blasts made to create a trench in the river bed for the laying of Big Inch, the world's...

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