Bi-block fuse

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Bi-block fuse
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Pattern type Fuse
Period 12
Speed 2c/3
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown


A bi-block fuse is a clean fuse made by a row of bi-blocks separated by 2-cell gaps. The bi-block row wick is usually created by a bi-block puffer. The burning advances 8 cells every 12 generations making its speed 2c/3.

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