the unreliability of all of the safety-explosives
View of the Apparatus.
frontispiece (cropped, from screen grab) to illustrate Report of the Proceedings of the Flameless Explosives Committee. Part II. Coal-Dust. By A. C. Kayll, Engineer. North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, 1896.
“...Contrary to the general opinion at the time when these experiments were commenced, it is proved that no explosive is flameless, and that all are capable of igniting gaseous or coal-dust mixtures.“
Serious men, engaged in serious business.
Was searching “dust” + “proceedings.”
dust; mining; sober findings
A. C. Kayll, Report of the Proceedings of the Flameless Explosives Committee, Coal-Dust (1896)