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We have a wonderful selection of Catherine Wheels here at Dynamic Firework for you to choose from. You can view our selection of Catherine Wheels in our video. And no garden firework display would be the same without one or two. There is no greater accomplishment when setting up the Catherine Wheel. And then succeeding when watching it spin around and around. Emitting colourful sparks, flames and stars. While Catherine wheels or pinwheel is a type of firework consisting of a powder-filled spiral tubes, with a pin through its centre. When ignited, the energy of the fireworks not only create sparks and flame, but cause the wheel to quickly rotate, making the display much more spectacular.

Catherine wheel fireworks have been part of firework displays both at home and organised events for many years. Each Catherine wheel firework come with an advised safety distance to ensure that all our space while enjoying the display. Each wheel is easy to set up, all you need to do is attach the wheel to a fence or post. And have a safety distance between 8 metres and 25 metres depending on the size of your wheel. So, check your safety distance on the product label. Also, Catherine wheels are low noise so if you are looking for quieter fireworks, they will be a great addition to your event. Meanwhile, if you are looking for a low noise firework display, we have the answer. With a large selection of low noise fireworks, from Catherine Wheels, Barrages/Cakes, Roman candles and Fountains all available instore or online.

A brief history of Catherine Wheels

So why is a firework called a Catherine Wheels? Saint Catherine was tortured on a wheel by the emperor Maxentius for refusing to renounce her Christian faith. The wheel broke and Catherine was eventually beheaded instead. Her martyrdom is remembered in the firework called the ‘Catherine Wheel’