Designed and constructed to withstand or minimize damage from an internal or external explosion.(adjective)
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Use "explosion-proof" in a sentence
"The other, which is larger and is encased in an explosion-proof box, goes next to the mine's refuge chambers, which are now required in underground mines and are designed to shelter workers in the event of an explosion or fire."
"You can see the mainframe in the next room through the triple plate, explosion-proof glass window."
"A new type of explosion-proof telephone, exhibited in Chicago, is a recent addition to the roster of curious safety appliances developed especially for use in industries where dust, gunpowder, or inflammable gases present the constant hazard of a blast."