Frankly I don’t know much about Radio Frequency Hazards with Electric Detonators. I joined the Marines to become a EOD Tech, but through some archane manipulations of recruiters my contract actually had me become a Tank Turret Technician. Imagine my surprise.
Anyway, I have thousands of PDFs on a wide variety of prepper topics and I decided to start posting them on this site.
I am not really doing much to vet the material for usage – as someone thought it was useful enough to include in some variety of prepper DVD or to send to me, or to trade with me for my own collection of PDFs.
This PDF is a Guide to Radio Frequency Hazards with Electric Detonators, so if you ever wondered why there are signs in construction zones telling you to turn off your car radio in a blasting area, this document may shed some light on it – or it might not. Who knows.
I hope that the document is of some use to you.
The link below opens a PDF from the North Carolina Department of Labor entitled A Guide to Radio Frequency Hazards with Electric Detonators[pdf-embedder url=”https://www.tngun.com/wp-content/uploads/A-Guide-to-Radio-Frequency-Hazards-with-Electic-Detonators.pdf” title=”A Guide to Radio Frequency Hazards with Electic Detonators”] [pdf-embedder url=”https://www.tngun.com/wp-content/uploads/Electric-Detonators-and-Radio-Frequency-Hazards.pdf” title=”Electric Detonators and Radio Frequency Hazards”]