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Can you say avalanche maker

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by cda, Feb 10, 2020.

  1. cda

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    Ok I wonder what the lifting charge looks like??!
     
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    The lifting charge, the launch tube, and the permit.
     
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    it said there it was around 20 feet in a hole?
     
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    Our mortar, which was made up in Washington two years ago, is in fact seven tons and it’s two inches thick in steel and 26 feet in length, and it’s buried 26 feet in the ground, so the top of the mortar is just flush with the surface, and that provides a real level of comfort in terms of safety factor if there should be an accident
     

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