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Noida Twin Tower: 61 floors of the twin tower will be turned into debris in 9 seconds, no gunpowder will be used on each floor

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Naida: Explosives plant to be started for the demolition of the illegal twin tower of the Supertech Emerald Court Society-93A sector. Apex 32 and Cyan 29 floor in both towers. The basement is separated in both. Explosives will not be used on all floors. There are a total of 61 floors in the two towers, which will be destroyed with explosives on only 28 floors to demolish them. These 28 blast floors are also divided into primary and secondary blast floors. Any holes made on the primary blast floor will be filled with explosives. Only 40% of the hole in the secondary blast floor will contain explosives.

Explosives experts engaged in demolition work on the tower said all explosions will occur within 9 seconds. There will be explosions on the first floor in the first 4-5 seconds. Secondary explosions will also start after 4 seconds. The primary and secondary floors were chosen based on the size of the building and to lay the debris aside.

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The blast effect from the ground floor will continue to reach vacant floors, including the ground floor. During this time, if any part of the primary stage is left intact, explosions from the secondary stage will shatter it. Additionally, secondary stage explosions will also be useful for collapsing debris.

Primary blast floor – In this case, 20 floors from both towers have been selected. Explosives will be planted in all the holes on these floors.

Apex Tower – Basement, 1, 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 32

Cyan – Basement, 1, 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 29

Second Blast Floor – 8 floors from both towers have been selected. Explosives will be planted in only 40% of all holes on these floors.

Both towers – 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 30

9642 holes were drilled for the installation of explosives in the two towers.

3700 kg of explosives are expected.

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