- What is a compound firework?
Compound Fireworks. these are multiple cakes or barrages that come in a single box on a board. They come pre-fused together, so you only have to light one fuse. This sets each one off in turn giving you a complete display. While all compound fireworks will have a variety of stunning effects. Including Mines, Comets, Stars and Pearls. Each individual firework will contain a different number of shots, and duration. Also, these fireworks can be angled, straight or a mix of angled and straight firing. Giving you a truly wonderful display in a box. With that added advantage of only having to light one fuse.
- What is the biggest firework compound?
The largest compound fireworks ever created was the "Yonshakudama" in Japan, weighing approximately 460 kilograms (1,014 pounds) and measuring 1.2 meters (4 feet) in diameter.
- Which chemical is used in fireworks?
The chemical used in compound fireworks varies, but typically includes a combination of oxidizers, fuels, and color-producing agents.