Pyrotechnic Blog RSS Feed

Flash burst charges and whistle mix

Flash burst charges and whistle mix

Mike 12/09/2016 0
Chapter 6: Flash, burst charges and whistle mix Flash #1 Source: Lancaster[2], listed as ?Thunder #1'. Comments: The sulfur can be replaced by antimony trisulfide and the sound of a salute made with this composition will change very little. Preparat...
Read More
How to Differentiate Between a Good Quality and Bad Quality Firework

How to Differentiate Between a Good Quality and Bad Quality Firework

Mike 12/09/2016 0
Fireworks are great fun but only till they are safe. A little carelessness on our part in the form of buying low quality fireworks or mishandling them while lighting or leaving them with the kids without the supervision of elders can make fireworks a...
Read More
Some Facts About A Smoke Bomb

Some Facts About A Smoke Bomb

Mike 12/09/2016 0
A smoke bomb produces smoke when it is ignited and is used in a military unit and also in a paint ball game. One could use the term smoke bomb to denote a smoke ball, a smoke candle, or a smoke canister, all of which deliver a jet of smoke when they ...
Read More
Top 10 Fireworks Safety Tips

Top 10 Fireworks Safety Tips

Mike 12/09/2016 0
Top 10 Fireworks Safety TipsWith sparklers, rockets, fire lanterns, and other firecrackers, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, New Year’s Eve, and other special occasions can be so much fun and memorable. But fireworks if not handled properly can caus...
Read More
Visco Fuses in Fireworks

Visco Fuses in Fireworks

Mike 08/25/2016 0
A visco fuse is widely used for consumer fireworks. It helps to create delays in the firing of multiple firework displays. When you buy fireworks, you can see the fuse as a twisted, coated strand, usually in green or red color. These days, many varia...
Read More